E-Learning system on higher education institutions in KSA: Attitudes and perceptions of faculty members
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This paper presents findings from a study evaluating eLearning systems in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). E-Learning Systems are a technological development that have reformed and restructured the delivery and interaction of students and teachers with course materials and related resources. E-Learning systems have been widely used in developed countries and have recently become more popular in many developing countries. To date, however, little attention has been paid to the issue of measuring the impact of eLearning on academic staff at higher educational institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Responding to this gap in the literature, this study investigates the impact of e-Learning systems in higher education institutions in this context. A survey based on the IS Success/Impact Measurement Framework was executed in a sample population of faculty members using e-Learning in two top universities in the KSA. The findings of this study show positive academics' attitudes towards eLearning systems in higher education, helping faculty members to improve their job performance, and educational organizations to provide better and new products and services to users.
Procedia - Social Science and Behavioral Sciences, Vol 47. Cyprus International Conference on Educational Research
Information Systems Development Methodologies