A study to assess the knowledge of practice and attitude of online learning impact on teaching learning

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Shital Pimpalekar


Introduction: While colleges and universities remained shut for an unknown duration, both learning institutions and students looked into a variety of options for completing their approved curriculum within the time range stipulated in their academic calendar. Despite the fact that these procedures caused some discomfort among faculty members, they did allow them to look for other approaches employing virtual modes. This aided in the rapid transformation of traditional classroom instruction. The majority of colleges have switched to an online virtual form. The aim of the present study was to identify find out how nursing students felt about their e-learning experiences, attitudes, and impediments.The purpose of this study was to find out how nursing students felt about their e-learning experiences, attitudes, and impediments. Research Methodology:Nursing students from a specified nursing college, descriptive research, evaluative method the sample size was 50, and the sampling approach was non-probability suitable sampling. Data was composed by delivering a standardized questionnaire to the sample. The research lasted three months, from July to September of 2021. Findings: The option to stay at home and take online lessons was shown to be one of the key benefits of e-learning for students. Because the costs of accommodation, transportation, hostel, and mess were not there, students or learners benefited in this regard. Technical concerns, internet connectivity problems, and the least. Conclusion: E-learning Programmes with appropriate techniques must be designed based on current research to improve nursing undergraduates' scientific skills, acquaintance, and approaches in preparation for future emergencies such as COVID-19. In the coming days, the nursing fraternity's integrated approach to teaching and learning may open up new options.

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