Impact of Ubiquitous Learning Environment on Student Engagement and Satisfaction in Flipped Classrooms Ubiquitous Learning Environment
The development of open learning environment depends on changing structures, digitalization of society, and tightening of resources. In the similar context, the present study aims to investigate the impact of ubiquitous learning environment (ULE) on Student Engagement and Satisfaction in Flipped Classrooms. The study has also provided systematic and transparent information regarding the development process. ULE was produced in the histo-technology context based on the review. The data gathered from 115 students was collected electronically and analyzed statistically. The results showed decreased popularity of ULE in the higher education institutions. Moreover, the level of engagement and satisfaction was increased among the students with the use of ULE with significant improvements in their knowledge. The study concludes with the fact that ULE is effective and valid, in comparison to the conventional environment in biomedical laboratory science degree.