An Evaluative Study for the Use Reality of E-Learning Systems and Tools in Teaching and Learning by Faculty Members and Students

Abdulaziz Aboud Mohammed Asiri, Hassan Shawky Aly

Abstract


The present study aimed to identify the reality of E-Learning systems and tools use (Blackboard) by faculty members
and students in teaching and learning courses at the college of education at Najran University. To achieve this aim,
two questionnaires for both faculty members and students were developed. A sample of (60) faculty members and
(120) students were selected to take part in the present study. Findings showed that the level of Blackboard use by
male and female faculty members was either high or very high in teaching college courses to students. There was no
statistically significant difference (α=0.05) between faculty members regarding the level of E-Learning tools use and
its pedagogical practices due to gender and experience. Findings also revealed that male and female students' level of
Blackboard use was very high in studying the college courses. Furthermore, there was no statistically significant
difference (α=0.05) between students regarding the use of E-Learning tools and its pedagogical practices due to
gender and cumulative average.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v8n1p37

 

World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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