Analysis of Online Learning Behavior of College Students during the Anti-epidemic Period—Take Suqian College as an Example

Yang Ling, Zhang Lei


Affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, in order to prevent the virus from spreading again caused by students’ off-line learning and realize the normalization of anti-epidemic, colleges and universities have implemented the relevant requirements of the Ministry of Education on “suspension of classes and non-stop learning” during the epidemic, and college students across the country have started large-scale on-line learning. Facing this reality, teachers and students actively cooperate with online learning. However, with the development of online learning, college students are gradually exposed to low learning efficiency. Taking Suqian University as an example, this paper conducts an empirical study to analyze college students’ online learning behavior and its influencing factors, and puts forward an improvement path to optimize college students’ online learning behavior and improve online learning efficiency.

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