Online Learning Attitude, Engagement, and Academic Achievement of College Students in China
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Online learning
Learning attitudes
Academic achievement
Education quality



Submitted : 2024-01-28
Accepted : 2024-02-12
Published : 2024-02-27


With the rapid development of online education, understanding the performance and experiences of college students in this emerging learning mode is of paramount importance for improving educational quality. This study aims to delve into the close relationship between Chinese university students’ learning attitudes, engagement, and academic performance in the context of online learning environments. Employing a questionnaire survey and quantitative analysis, this study explores the intricate relationships between learning attitudes, engagement, and academic performance among Chinese university students engaged in online learning.


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