Pham Ngoc Thach

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This article presents the results of analyzing data extracted from the learning management system of an online English language learning course delivered at a university in Hanoi. Using quantitative analytical method, the author investigated the level of interaction between the students of two English departments of the university with content of the online course. The study results show that the completion rates for the students were high and that there were not many differences in the scores for the start tests, end-of-lesson tests and average scores for the practices between students of the two departments. The study results also indicate that there is a relationship between the average scores of doing the practices and those of the start/end-of-lesson tests. It can be suggested that instructors of the course should urge and encourage learners to complete all the practices in a more serious manner for better quality of online learning.