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Study delay during emergency remote teaching among students at Dutch universities: The role of education satisfaction and academic wellbeing

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posted on 2024-06-04, 14:01 authored by Femke HilverdaFemke Hilverda, Manja VollmannManja Vollmann, Renée A. Scheepers

This dataset is part of a larger research project investigating university students’ experiences during emergency remote teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A longitudinal cohort study among university students from the Netherlands was performed during the academic year 2020/2021 with three points of measurement, i.e., t1 = November/December 2020, t2 = March 2021, and t3 = June/July 2021. Data were collected through online surveys programmed in Qualtrics.

The dataset includes data from 680 students who fully completed the survey at all three measurement points. Variables that are included in this dataset are at t1: demographic and study-related variables, at t1-t3: percentage of online education, education satisfaction, academic burnout (exhaustion), and academic engagement, and at t3: study delay.

Funding

This research was funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw), grant number 10430 03201 0023.

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  • Open access

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English

Temporal coverage

2020/2021

Spatial coverage

The Netherlands

Universe

Dutch university students

Analysis unit

Dutch university student

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