Student Perception of the Quality of Personal Efforts and Learning Outcomes in a Virtual Environment


  • Doinița Popa Danubius University of Galati


online learning; asynchronous learning; synchronous learning; hybrid learning


The paper presents the results of a study on Danubius University students' perception of the quality of personal efforts and learning outcomes in a virtual environment.

This study is based on a tool that identified students' views on learning outcomes using the E-Learning DO - Sakai platform, to find the most effective ways to improve online learning in the coming period. The aspects pursued were structured on the following fields: Overall Experience with Distance Education, Distance Education Infrastructure, Distance Education Tools,  Pedagogical Successful, and Personal Profile of the student.

Author Biography

Doinița Popa, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD


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How to Cite

Popa, D. (2023). Student Perception of the Quality of Personal Efforts and Learning Outcomes in a Virtual Environment. Didactica Danubiensis, 2(1). Retrieved from



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