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Regulation of cov2019 coronavirus disease on College Students' e-learning satisfaction and learning motivation

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Abstract: This study investigated the moderating effect of Pakistani students on e-learning satisfaction and learning motivation during the 2019 coronavirus epidemic period. The study hypothesized that teachers academic support may regulate the relationship between students satisfaction with online learning and college students academic motivation. Using the relevant research design, 406 students (male and female) aged 18-22 were sampled   =   21.09, SD   =   1.41 (male); M   =   20.18, SD   =   including 0.71 (female). The samples were selected from different universities in Punjab, Pakistan through a purposeful sampling strategy. Students satisfaction with online learning, teachers academic support scale andademic Motivation Scale were used. The results of moderation analysis through PROCESS macro 3.5 revealed that teachers’ academic support played a moderating role in students’ satisfaction with online learning and the academic motivation of undergraduate students. Findings will provide support to educational administrators, policymakers, course designers, and curriculum developers for organizing the curriculum and formulating a system to identify that students need different support optimally in a digital learning environment.

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