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Table 5 Participants’ employment and e-learning (N = 1119)

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 (%)
Because of my employment, I cannot participate in e-learning 215 (19.2) 359 (32.1) 438 (39.1) 70 (6.3) 37 (3.3)
Because of my employment, I am sometimes unable to participate in e-learning 108 (9.6) 132 (11.8) 211 (18.9) 444 (39.7) 224 (20.0)
Because of the nature of my employment, I find it hard to concentrate on e-learning 165 (14.7) 207 (18.6) 357 (31.9) 263 (23.5) 127 (11.3)
I have working conditions that allow me to participate in e-learning during my working hours 409 (36.6) 251 (22.4) 206 (18.4) 151 (13.5) 102 (9.1)
E-learning could be good complement to classic classroom learning once the COVID-19 pandemic is over 104 (9.3) 82 (7.3) 219 (19.6) 311 (27.8) 403 (36.0)
E-learning should be continued for part-time students, even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over 104 (9.3) 76 (6.8) 209 (18.7) 218 (19.5) 512 (45.7)