During the COVID-19 pandemic, the researchers discovered that a billion students accessed digital channels, thus confirming the centrality of digital technologies in education. Considering that student satisfaction refers to a short-term attitude resulting from an evaluation of the educational experiences lived and that the perceived quality of an educational background is a consequence of student satisfaction, this paper investigates the role of e-learning practices in a knowledge transfer's environment, such as the university. Mainly, through an exploratory analysis, the paper gives some specific insights, investigating students' satisfaction in terms of interaction between students, technology, and original contents. The results show how digital technologies are transforming the education experience by shedding light on e-learning outcomes and students' satisfaction. The principal managerial implications of the paper focus on the beginning to understand the need to acquire digital infrastructures in universities, reducing the technological gaps, and considering the implementation of online learning solutions.

Magni, D., Sestino, A. (2021). Students' learning outcomes and satisfaction. An investigation of knowledge transfer during social distancing policies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEARNING AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, 18(4), 339-351 [10.1504/IJLIC.2021.118401].

Students' learning outcomes and satisfaction. An investigation of knowledge transfer during social distancing policies

Magni, D.
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2021

Abstract

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the researchers discovered that a billion students accessed digital channels, thus confirming the centrality of digital technologies in education. Considering that student satisfaction refers to a short-term attitude resulting from an evaluation of the educational experiences lived and that the perceived quality of an educational background is a consequence of student satisfaction, this paper investigates the role of e-learning practices in a knowledge transfer's environment, such as the university. Mainly, through an exploratory analysis, the paper gives some specific insights, investigating students' satisfaction in terms of interaction between students, technology, and original contents. The results show how digital technologies are transforming the education experience by shedding light on e-learning outcomes and students' satisfaction. The principal managerial implications of the paper focus on the beginning to understand the need to acquire digital infrastructures in universities, reducing the technological gaps, and considering the implementation of online learning solutions.
Magni, D., Sestino, A. (2021). Students' learning outcomes and satisfaction. An investigation of knowledge transfer during social distancing policies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEARNING AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, 18(4), 339-351 [10.1504/IJLIC.2021.118401].
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