Evaluation On the Adaptation and Transition of Engineering Education To E-Learning


  • Christian Ace Sotto
  • Shaila Mae Olida
  • Rick Donald Manzon
  • Jocelyn B. Cruz


E-learning, Online Class, Engineering.


During the COVID-19 pandemic, students might experience similar but also additional challenges. Other than regular online education, emergency remote learning during COVID-19 involves learning in suboptimal spaces and isolation, putting a higher load on learners’ resource management. Because of not having access to their regular study environment such as the library or other university buildings, students might have trouble to find a quiet study space, which potentially influences their attentional regulation. Generally, the study aims to evaluate the adaptation and transition of engineering education to e-learning. Sharing the findings of this observational study with other educators may help to ensure a more robust continuity of engineering education during the ongoing pandemic. It can also help with overall improvement and, as a result, further promotion of online engineering education in the post-pandemic era, particularly for universities that previously relied on traditional face-to-face instruction.


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Christian Ace Sotto, Shaila Mae Olida, Rick Donald Manzon, & Jocelyn B. Cruz. (2022). Evaluation On the Adaptation and Transition of Engineering Education To E-Learning. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(05), 197–203. Retrieved from https://journal.ijprse.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/589




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