Dataset on factors influencing Vietnamese student’s motivation and satisfaction under COVID-19 context

Published: 29 November 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/7cjz65mg6g.2
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Description

This dataset was designed to record university students’ subjective assessment about the quality of education/training programs in Vietnam and their satisfaction regarding COVID-19 based on a 5-point Likert scale measurement. It includes 79 variables divided into 14 groups: the first one is on personal information (without identification); the next 9 are on factors affecting students’ educational motivation and satisfaction including studying quality and subjective norms; the last 4 groups are more detailed assessments of students’ satisfaction under the context of COVID-19 and online learning. All 1680 records of this dataset were collected via an online survey covering all areas in Vietnam. The dataset file has 4 sheets: (1) raw data; (2) details surveyed questions; (3) Cronbach’s alpha test for each group; (4) KMO and Bartlett’s test and variable summary. The Cronbach’s alpha tests help indicate the level of statistical reliability across different variables measuring in each group. KMO test shows the level of sampling adequacy for factor analysis research. This dataset can be used in studies on students’ satisfaction in both traditional learning and online learning under COVID-19. This is also useful for the practice of econometrics with ordinal variables for undergraduate students.

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Vietnam National University

Categories

Education, College Student, Academic Quality, Online Learning, Student Motivation, Life Satisfaction, COVID-19

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