COVID-19 infection originated in 2019 and has rapidly spread throughout the world in 2020. Due to major aerosol/ airborne transmission of the disease, social distancing is one of the most important measures for prevention. Even though COVID-19 Vaccines were developed and widely used, COVID-19 virus continues to mutate with new variants of concern and resists the available vaccines. It causes disruptions in healthcare system and many socioeconomic areas including education. Face to face or onsite learning becomes very limited and online learning has shown significant growth and developed worldwide. This study sought to evaluate the effectiveness of online ethics training for researchers during COVID-19 pandemic using questionnaires, namely attitude and satisfaction questionnaires, and comparison of pre and post-tests scores.

Authors: Permyos Ruengsakulrach, Jariya Lertakyamanee, Dumnern Srinualta, Warut Chaiwong, Suntaree Unhapipat

Published in: World Congress on Education, 2022

  • Date of Conference: 21-23 June, 2022
  • DOI: 10.20533/WCE.2022.0013
  • Electronic ISBN: 978-1-913572-50-1
  • Conference Location: Virtual (Mississauga, Canada)