Impact of Online Learning on International Students’ English Language Concerns

Yiwei (Scarlett) Sun, Jiayi Du

With the onset of COVID-19, U.S. universities have been forced to move many, even all, courses online. At the University of Richmond, many of our international students faced visa restrictions due to COVID and were required to stay in their countries. As a result, the majority of our international students must attend their classes remotely. International students may find language to be a challenge during online learning. The purpose of our study is to learn more about how, if at all, online classes have an impact on international students’ English language concerns.

Department:

Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Mentor(s):

Leslie Bohon