Factor Analysis of E-learning Readiness of Undergraduate Students in Faculty of Education Ramkhamhaeng University

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Panida Panidvadtana

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The purpose of this research was to analyze factors of E-learning readiness of students in Faculty of Education Ramkhamhaeng University. The sample was 1,067 undergraduate students. The research instrument was E-learning readiness instrument with the Index of Item-Objective Congruence being 1.00 and the reliability of the whole questionnaire being 0.814. The analysis of E-learning readiness components used exploratory factor analysis (EFA) with the method of principal component analysis and direct oblimin.


        The research findings were as follows: The E-learning readiness components of the students in Faculty of Education Ramkhamhaeng University had six components. The components consisted of 1. self-efficacy, 2. access of opportunity, 3. adjustment, 4. concentration, 5. sense of comfort, and 6. self-management. All of these 6 components could be explanatory of variance at 53.671 percent.

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Panidvadtana, P. (2022). Factor Analysis of E-learning Readiness of Undergraduate Students in Faculty of Education Ramkhamhaeng University. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Thepsatri Rajabhat University Jounal, 13(2), 155–172. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/truhusocjo/article/view/255025
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