An Evaluation Study within the Scope of Distance Education Experience of Selcuk Univercity Landscape Architecture Department Students in Covid-19 Process

Sertaç Güngör, Esra Sivri


The Covid-19 outbreak, which started to appear in China in December 2019, spread to the whole world in a short time and was declared as a pandemic by WHO. Pandemic and its quarantine do not only affect the usual lifestyle, economy, but also education. Countries thought that switching schools to distance education would reduce the virus and its spread would decrease. In our country, in the spring term of the 2019-2020 academic year, the transition from face to face education to distance education has been made. On April 6, Selcuk University started distance education. The purpose of this study; This is an online survey on Selcuk University Landscape Architecture Department students’ internet access, participation in classes and their satisfaction during the distance education process. In the light of the findings and results obtained, it is a guiding tool for lecturers and those working in the system infrastructure, in case of continuing distance education as a result of the prolongation of the process or planned to be created in the future.


Covid-19; Distance Education; Landscape Architecture; Student Satisfaction; Online learning

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ISSN: 2148-127X

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