Analysis of University Students’ Attitudes Towards Distance Learning in Foreign Language Education Based on Various Variables

Fatma Köprülü, Behcet Öznacar


This study is aimed at analyzing the attitudes towards distance learning of students who attended ENG 101 and ENG 102 courses in a private university during the fall semester of 2016- 2017 in terms of gender, distance learning, experience in using computer and learning styles. Data collection tools included the Scale of ATDL (Attitude Towards Distance Learning). Findings indicated that ATDL scores were significantly unrelated with gender. However, there is a significant difference between the students who take 101 English courses and those who take 102 English courses. Previous participation to any distance learning course and experience in using computers significantly affect ATDL.


Distance Learning; Attitude; Learning Style; Foreign Language

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