The effect of E-Learning on Teachers' Motivation: A case study in Jeddah University

  • Hadhami Kaabi Universityof Jeddah
  • Tagreed Alsulimani University of Jeddah
Keywords: E-learning, Information technology, Higher education, Motivation, Jeddah University

Abstract

E-learning is  defined as a learning tool that is supported by information and communication technology. In the last ten years, E-learning has become the key issue of universities all over the world and has a significance impact on current higher education. The issue of utilizing novel information and communication technologies for teaching and learning, is therfore crucial. Before implementing an E-learning framework in Jeddah university, a questionnaire is established to highlight the ability of teachers' to use this new way of education or not. The results show that the teachers have favorable attitude towards the use of E-learning and new technologies to enhance the education.

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Author Biography

Tagreed Alsulimani, University of Jeddah

College of Business, University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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Published
2018-11-13
How to Cite
Kaabi, H., & Alsulimani, T. (2018). The effect of E-Learning on Teachers’ Motivation: A case study in Jeddah University. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, 14, 3316-3327. https://doi.org/10.24297/ijmit.v14i0.7896
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