Assessing Students’ Satisfaction on the Use of Virtual Learning Environment (VLE): An Input to a Campus-wide E-learning Design and Implementation

Christopher Chua, Jessie Montalbo


Educational institutions have come to realize the potential benefits of using Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). When used correctly, VLE may transform learning experience of students into a more enjoyable, satisfying and effective setting. This paper evaluated students’ satisfaction on the use of VLE as a support technology in teaching students in the Graduate School. Procedures involved in the study include installation of a Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) package, customizing the VLE and determining the students’ satisfaction. The instrument used for data collection was the developed online questionnaire. A total of 67 Master of Business Administration (MBA) students of Batangas State University (BatStateU) enrolled in the course Management Control and Information System (MCIS) for the period of 2011-2013 served as the respondents of this study. The VLE is found to be effective as a supportive tool to supplement traditional classroom instruction as revealed by satisfied students. Positive attitude is exhibited on the use of VLE regardless of gender. On the other hand, young and experienced users of e-learning platforms tend to be difficult to satisfy with regards to the use of VLE.

Keywords: e-learning, virtual learning environment, satisfaction

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