Attitude of Undergraduate Students Towards Educational Learning Platform
Keywords:Online Teaching, Conventional, Undergraduate, Platform, Tukeys HSD
The present study aims to examine the attitude of undergraduate students of Kohima College Kohima, Nagaland, towards the learning platform. A descriptive method was used for the survey. A total of 165 Undergraduate students of the college were the sample population. A snowball technique was adopted to select the students. An attitude scale (Likert type) was structured in Google form for gathering the information, which was circulated for a specific time period. The collected data was analysed for mean, S.D, t-test and post hoc test using Tukeys HSD. Tukeys HSD post hoc analysis showed a highly significant difference between conventional and online teaching platform (Q=14.2582, p<.01) as well as between online and a combination platform of conventional and online teaching (Q=11.5162, p<.01) method. On the other hand, the attitude of undergraduate students towards conventional and combined platforms of online and conventional methods did not differ significantly (Q=2.7420).
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