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Table 3 Efforts invested by the higher education institution in order to enable students to participate in e-learning

From: Attitudes and concerns of undergraduate university health sciences students in Croatia regarding complete switch to e-learning during COVID-19 pandemic: a survey

Item Completely disagree, N (%) Disagree, N (%) Neither agree nor disagree, N (%) Agree, N (%) Completely agree, N (%)
My institution quickly adapted to e-learning 104 (4.1) 192 (7.6) 489 (19.4) 872 (34.6) 863 (34.3)
My institution has organized e-learning adequately 113 (4.4) 220 (8.7) 458 (18.2) 843 (33.5) 886 (35.2)
My institution has provided students with training about the teaching tools and software used for e-learning 251 (10.0) 345 (13.7) 610 (24.2) 697 (27.6) 617 (24.5)
My institution is providing timely information regarding the provision of e-learning 117 (4.6) 247 (9.8) 498 (19.8) 850 (33.7) 808 (32.1)
For solving possible technical problems related to e-learning, an information technologies office or another service is at our disposal 194 (7.7) 298 (11.8) 719 (28.5) 690 (27.4) 619 (24.6)
My institution has expressed willingness to help students in provision of equipment needed for participation in e-learning 649 (25.8) 449 (17.8) 800 (31.7) 296 (11.7) 326 (13.0)