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Student Viewpoints Regarding Distance Learning

Ariesya Aprillia, Rony Setiawan

Universitas Kristen Maranatha, Indonesia

This study aims to examine potential disparities in student perspectives towards distance learning precipitated by the significant shifts in educational dynamics. The sample comprises 709 students hailing from diverse universities in Bandung Indonesia, selected through snowball sampling. Prior to hypothesis testing, validity and reliability assessments are conducted. The distribution of student responses concerning distance learning is scrutinized utilizing the Anova test, investigating variances in perspectives based on academic batch and university type. The findings affirm discernible differences in students' perspectives on distance learning relative to their academic batch and university type.



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