Investigation of the Effects of University Field Courses on Distance Education




Biomedical Engineering, Distance Education, Use of Technology


This research focuses on examining the effects of university field courses on distance education and the integration of distance education into courses. A group of 357 university students studying biomedical engineering at universities in the Kosovo region and the Russian Federation volunteered to participate in the research.  A quantitative research method was used in the study. In the research, the "Distance Education" measurement tool developed by the researchers was used as a data collection tool. The questionnaire was developed and edited by experts in the field. Data were collected using an online survey. The collected data were ana-lysed using the SPSS program. Frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum values, one-way ANOVA and T-test were applied to analyse the data obtained from the Distance Education measurement tool. This re-search concluded  that the majority of university students consider them-selves competent enough to use distance education technologies in the learning environment in the field courses, and they do not have difficulty using the systems in the field courses and their universities do not have sufficient equipment for the use of distance education technologies.




How to Cite

Vehabi , S. ., Zakirova, C. S. ., Masalimova, A. R. ., Khairullina, E. R. ., Slepneva, E. V. ., & Reznichenko, S. A. . (2022). Investigation of the Effects of University Field Courses on Distance Education. International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP), 12(2), pp. 20–34.