Data on undergraduate students’ self-regulation in online and blended learning environments during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia
The questionnaires were distributed among 577 undergraduate students at a state university in Jakarta, Indonesia. This dataset contains data on students’ self-regulation in online and blended learning modes in the age of COVID-19. Self-regulated learning skills consist of six constructs including environment structuring, time management, goal setting, task strategies, help-seeking, and self-evaluation. The database provides valuable information about students' perceptions of self-regulated learning and can be used to find correlations between demographic variables and self-regulated learning constructs.