Nursing Students Perception of E-learning during COVID-19 Pandemic; A Literature Review
Keywords:e-learning, COVID-19 pandemic, learning environment, nursing students, students satisfaction, and students engagement.
Background: E-learning has expanded recently in response to the social distance measures during
COVID-19 pandemic. A part of the learning process is evaluating its effectiveness and impact on learners.
Aim: to examine nursing students’ perceptions of e-learning during COVID-19 pandemic.
Methods: A literature search to identify publications on perceptions of e-learning was conducted via three
Conclusion: Sixty five articles were included and reviewed. The articles addressed the following: (1)
benefits of e-learning, (2) drawbacks and challenges (3) Students’ interaction, (4) e-learning environment
(5) students’ engagement and satisfaction, (6) e-learning during COVID-19 pandemic, and (7) Clinical
training during COVID-19 pandemic. Shifting to E-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has many
benefits that positively impact student health status and learning outcome, although it has several drawbacks
and barriers that can affect the learning process quality. Finally, implementing e-learning is not an easy
task; higher education institutions should consider several factors to provide the students with an efficient
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