Determinants of Students’ Perceived Learning Outcome and Satisfaction in Online Learning during the Pandemic of COVID19

Hasnan Baber

Endicott College of International Studies, Woosong University, Daejeon, South Korea.


Keywords: Perceived, Learning, Satisfaction, Student; Instructor, Online, E-Learning, COVID19, Coronavirus, Pandemic.


The COVID19 pandemic has disrupted the normal functioning of various activities across the world, including learning and education. The shift towards online education during the pandemic of COVID19 has led many studies to focus on perceived learning outcomes and student satisfaction in this new learning environment. This study aims to examine the determinants resulting in students’ perceived learning outcomes and their influence on student satisfaction. The data was collected from undergraduate students in both South Korea and India to gain a cross-country study. The study found that the factors–interaction in the classroom, student motivation, course structure, instructor knowledge, and facilitation–are positively influencing students’ perceived learning outcome and student satisfaction. There is no significant difference in the students’ perceived learning outcome and student satisfaction in the two countries. The study will be helpful for the educationists and academics to identify the factors which will enhance student learning outcome and satisfaction level in online classes during the coronavirus pandemic.


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