Monday, June 20
1:45 PM-2:10 PM
EDT
Liberty 3

E-learning during COVID-19: Social Sciences MA Programs vs Mathematics MS Program

F2F Full Paper: Research Based ID: 59715
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    Kuiyuan Li
    University of West Florida
  2. Erin Stone
    University of West Florida
  3. Samantha Seals
    University of West Florida

Abstract: In this study, students’ performance data from 4 graduate programs in social sciences and a graduate mathematics program for the spring semesters of 2019, 2020 and 2021 were collected and analyzed. Due to COVID-19, all courses were delivered remotely in the latter half of the spring semester of 2020. Different e-learning methods were used in these different fields. The results showed that when the right course delivery methods were implemented, the COVID-19 impacts on the students’ performance were minimal. Based on this study, recommendations were made on teaching and learning graduate level courses.

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