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Level of satisfaction on online teaching method among undergraduate students – a descriptive cross-sectional study

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Introduction: Formal education is the smooth pathway for learning, or gaining of knowledge, skills and values in a controlled atmosphere with the avowed goal of instructing students. The deadly infectious disease COVID-19 had a significant impact on the global economy and education sector forced many schools and colleges to remain closed temporarily. So, many colleges and universities have begun to offer online courses as a viable alternative to traditional face-to-face instruction. Nearly 30% of students were taking a course online with 21% growth rate for online enrollment of the overall higher education student population. Aim and Objective: The aim of the study is to assess the level of satisfaction on online teaching method among undergraduate students with their selected demographic variables. Methodology: The study was a descriptive cross-sectional study conducted with 100 undergraduate students selected by using purposive sampling technique. Satisfaction level was assessed by using self-structured Student’s satisfaction scale. Results: 1(1%) of the student was dissatisfied, 1 (1%) of the student was moderately dissatisfied, 67 (67%) of the students were moderately satisfied and 31 (31%) of the students were satisfied with online method of teaching. The overall mean score on level of satisfaction online teaching method was 74.72 ±11.14. Conclusion: Domains such as teaching strategies, student involvement and learning outcome are critical for educational management to achieve higher levels of satisfaction and performance for online courses among students.


Tamil Elakiya T, S. Kalabarathy. Level of satisfaction on online teaching method among undergraduate students –A Descriptive Cross-sectional study. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.1140-1145; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.11401145; Available from:


Online teaching method,  Undergraduate students and satisfaction
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