Determining the Opinions of University Students on the Education They Receive with Technology During the Pandemic Process
Keywords:Electrical Engineer, University Students, Microsoft Teams, Distance Education
In this study, it was aimed to determine the opinions of university students studying in the Department of Electrical Engineering about the distance education process they received during the pandemic. The quantitative research method was used in the research. The research consisted of 390 volunteer university students studying at 16 universities in Russia; the universe of the research was determined as the distance education system and the sample was determined as ‘Microsoft Teams’. In order to collect the data of the research, a measurement tool called ‘technology use’ developed by the researchers was used and applied. For the measurement tool, help was received from experts in the field and have worked in these fields. The data were shared with university students via an online questionnaire and their participation was ensured and collected. When looking at the research, it was stated that university students frequently used their distance education centre infrastructure with Microsoft Teams infrastructure in the distance education process and they used Microsoft Teams elements in the activities. When the results of the research are discussed, they stated that the technology levels of the university students were high; that they learned the whiteboard and electric fields in the classroom activities; and that the topics covered and the questions solved in the lessons were high with the re-watch method.
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