Aim: E-learning is increasingly used in education, creating a learning environment that needs to be studied thoroughly for developing new learning opportunities. Background: Drawing from the community of inquiry framework, the present work provides the theoretical foundation and measurement validation of the Self-Perceived E-Learning Environment Scale (SEES). The SEES measures core aspects of the e-learning context: autonomous strategic planning, social interaction, and teacher feedback. Method: Through two studies carried out in sample of nursing students, an exploratory (n = 302) and confirmatory (n = 245) factor analysis revealed a three-factor structure. Result: The results provide empirical evidence of appropriate psychometric properties (i.e., reliability, validity). Conclusion: The SEES can be used in a higher education context, particularly in nursing education programs. Theoretical, methodological, and practical implications for exploring the e-learning environment in nursing educational settings are discussed.
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