DETERMINATION OF NURSING STUDENTS' ATTITUDES AND VIEWS TOWARDS DISTANCE LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC PROCESS

Abstract

Author(s): Selin KESK?N KIZILTEPE, Asl? KURTGZ

d during the COVID-19 pandemic process. 322 students who accepted to participate in the study and completed the data collection tools were included in the study. "Information form" and "Attitude Scale Towards Distance Learning" were used to collect data in the study. Data collection tools were turned into a form that can be answered on the internet via a search engine. A link address related to the data collection tools was obtained and delivered to the students via e-mail and message. It was found that nursing students had problems in following and attending classes during the distance learning process, had difficulties in understanding and learning the theoretical and practical parts, and felt inadequate in clinical practice. In this study the average score of the students from the Attitude Scale Towards Distance Learning was determined as 49,25±16,72 (intermediate). It is recommended to improve the infrastructure systems used by institutions for distance learning, to provide access to distance learning for every student, and to plan the practical courses in the following processes.

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