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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 5289-5297


Norah Banafi,*Raji Kaliyaperumal, Montaha Mohamed Ibrahim, Fatima Adam Gabir, Manal Ibrahim Alrefaee Asiri.


Study habit of the students is very important for succeed in the education qualification,due to the pandemic situation teaching the students taken place through e-learning.Hence this to aim to assess the student’s habit, perception of E-learning.A descriptive study design was adopted in this study. A total of 323 students undergoing a 4 Years of Baccalaureate nursing program, Arts and science college students at the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Arts and science college at various university, Saudi Arabia was selected using convenience sampling. This study was carried out during the academic year of 2020-2021. The data were collected using a questionnaire such as the five-point Likert scale. The responses obtained were subjected to statistical analysis using SPSS software.The results indicated that the students were strongly agreed for using, electronic device like computer,internet, all are very useful in my studies during examination and also e-learning was effective in learning. When compare the results female students, arts and science students strongly agreed for the e-learning than the male, nursing students.Students familiarity in using the computer also shows that female students ,arts and science students were more familiar in using computer for their study, and also students stated computer is user friendly for their students .Regarding the perception of the e-learning shows female students ,arts and science students were stated e-learning is flexible , preferred for their education because of its encouraging for self-learning .

Key words: Learners, Study Habit, Perception, E-Learning

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