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코로나 바이러스(COVID-19) 사태로 인한 대체 방법으로서의 실시간 온라인 수업 참여에 대한 대학생의 효능감. (Korean)

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      University students’ efficacy in real-time online class as alternative methodology due to Corona virus(COVID-19) events. (English)
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      This study was designed to find out the efficacy of college students' lecture participation in online real-time lectures conducted at university due to the Corona virus events. Participants in this study are 701 students attending the W University in the J region and participating in real-time online lectures. The tools of this study consisted of four factors: interaction, learning improvement, adaptation, and accessibility. The results of this study are as follows: First, accessibility is the highest efficacy among college students' real-time online lectures participation and interaction is the lowest. Second, the efficacy of real-time online lecture participation of university students differed according to gender, grade, major, and access devices. This study is meaningful in that it confirmed the applicability of real-time online teaching method due to corona virus and confirmed the applicability of real-time online teaching as a method to prepare for the arrival of full-scale distance education in the post-Corona era. Lastly, it was suggested that the online class management method and support for each college major reflect the changes of the times. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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