Proceedings of the 2022 AIS SIGED International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research
This paper reports the results of a study to determine whether the emotional impact of online education during the pandemic affected male and female students differently. We see these results as an important contribution to the redesign of courses either for online classes generally or for more urgent applications should a similar event occur. In general, we found that females were more likely to be prone to detrimental emotions than males – stress, negative feelings about the online learning experience, and the need to vent their frustrations. Males on the other hand were more positive about the online learning experience and less likely to vent.
Akbulut, Asli Yagmur; Clary, Grant; Van Slyke, Craig; and Dick, Geoffrey, "COVID-DRIVEN FRUSTRATIONS AND FULFILLMENTS WITH ONLINE LEARNING: DO MALES AND FEMALES DIFFER?" (2022). Proceedings of the 2022 AIS SIGED International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research. 5.