Online law Teaching Mechanism Management in Colleges and Universities in the Context of COVID-19

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Yaqin Yaqin
Eksiri Niyomsilp


         During the COVID-19, online teaching became the main way of teaching in universities. The transformation of teaching methods implies the transformation of teaching mechanisms. A well-developed teaching mechanism as a basic condition helps to improve learning outcomes. This study adopts quantitative research methods, and explores the relationship between the four influencing factors of learning support, teaching environment, learning perception and behavioral interaction and the online teaching effect of law in colleges and universities through questionnaire survey. Through the linear regression analysis of the relationship between variables and the test of the hypothesis, the final conclusion is drawn: the four influencing factors all have a positive significant impact on the effect of online teaching of law in colleges and universities, and the four influencing factors also have a positive significant impact. Based on the research conclusions, this study finally puts forward some suggestions for improving the online teaching mechanism of law in colleges and universities.


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Yaqin, Y., & Niyomsilp, E. . (2023). Online law Teaching Mechanism Management in Colleges and Universities in the Context of COVID-19. Journal of Modern Learning Development, 8(5), 144–152. Retrieved from
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