Dataset on the predictors for Academic Performance in a Blended Learning Environment in Namibia

Published: 16 May 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vk6vyp7s62.1


A random sampling technique was used to select second to fourth year undergraduate nursing students at a university campus in Namibia. Data collection was done through a Google online questionnaire. Participants were thoroughly screened to determine their eligibility for inclusion in the study, and were informed of the study's procedures. Written consent was obtained from those who agreed to participate.


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Data was collected from the study participants who were chosen at random from the sampling frame, following which they were contacted through WhatsApp using a survey link that provided comprehensive information on the research's purpose, importance, and request for their consent to participate. The data was collected via an online questionnaire during January and February of 2023 at a specific university campus in Namibia. Prior to proceeding with the remaining questions, each respondent who opted to take part in the study accepted the informed consent by clicking the "agreed" button. It took approximately 10 to 20 minutes to complete the online questionnaire.


University of Namibia Faculty of Health Sciences


Nursing Education, Medical Student, Academic Achievement, Academic Quality, Educational Research of Nursing, Academic Performance