The shift to distance learning during the Covid-19 pandemic generated a wide use of online services and platforms. The present contribution - based on a survey of students enrolled in an undergraduate degree course - aims at exploring the impact of online education on students’ learning experiences and habits. Using a network analysis approach, we investigated students’ learning perceptions, the types of social support, the collaborative behaviours students’ learning perceptions and the interconnection of these aspects with the individual performance.

A network approach to investigate learning experiences and social support in higher education

Ilaria Primerano
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Giuseppe Giordano
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Maria Prosperina Vitale
Membro del Collaboration Group
2022

Abstract

The shift to distance learning during the Covid-19 pandemic generated a wide use of online services and platforms. The present contribution - based on a survey of students enrolled in an undergraduate degree course - aims at exploring the impact of online education on students’ learning experiences and habits. Using a network analysis approach, we investigated students’ learning perceptions, the types of social support, the collaborative behaviours students’ learning perceptions and the interconnection of these aspects with the individual performance.
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