Correlational study of the impact and adaptation of virtual education among university students

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Israel Barrutia Barreto, Carlos Coacalla Castillo, Ilsse Bedoya Gomez, Renzo Seminario Córdova


The present study aims to establish the existent relationship between the implementation of virtual education and the adaptive process of students from two universities: a public one and a private one. Design: non-experimental, correlational and longitudinal. Method: survey. Instrument: quiz. A 104 students sample divided proportionally divided by each university. Students from both universities presented a significant correlation related to the difficulty that meant coordinating with their work team, which was exacerbated by the feeling of not receiving the correct information for their training.

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