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تقويم تجربة جامعة مؤتة في استخدام نظام إدارة التعلم الإلكتروني (‏Moodle‏) ‏

عمر العمري ‏

‏* جامعة مؤتة - الأردن.‏
 

Doi://10.47015/16.2.1                           

JJES,16(2), 2020, 129-141

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة إلى تقويم تجربة جامعة مؤتة في استخدام أعضاء هيئة التدريس ‏نظام إدارة التعلم الإلكتروني (‏Moodle‏)، واتجاهاتهم نحوه، والصعوبات التي ‏تحدّ من استخدامه. تكون أفراد الدراسة من (‏‎523‎‏) عضو هيئة تدريس، واستخدم ‏المنهج الوصفي التحليلي. أظهرت نتائج الدراسة أن درجة كل من استخدام النظام ‏والمعوقات التي تحدّ من استخدامه جاءت بدرجة متوسطة، وأن الاتجاهات نحوه ‏كانت "إيجابية"، وأن هناك فروقًاً دالة إحصائيًا في استخدام النظام بين ‏الجنسين، ولصالح الإناث. كما أظهرت النتائج فروقًا في الاستخدام بحسب الرتبة ‏العلمية، لمن رتبتهم محاضر وأستاذ مساعد وأستاذ مشارك مقارنة مع من رتبتهم ‏أستاذ، ونوع الكلية ولصالح الكليات الإنسانية، والخبرة لمن خبرتهم أقل من (‏‎5‎‏) ‏سنوات، ومن (‏‎6‎‏-‏‎10‎‏) سنوات، ومن (‏‎11‎‏-‏‎15‎‏) سنة، مقارنة بمن خبرتهم أكثر ‏من (‏‎15‎‏) سنة.‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: تقويم، نظام إدارة التعلم الإلكتروني، ‏Moodle‏)‏


 


 

An Evaluation of the Experience of Mu’tah University in ‎Using the Learning Management System (‏Moodle) ‎

 

Omar AL-Omari, Mu’tah University, Jordan

 

Abstract: The study aimed at evaluating the experience of Mutah University in using the E-learning management system (Moodle), among the faculties of Mutah University and their attitudes towards it and the difficulties that limit its use. The study sample consisted of (523) faculties. The descriptive analytical approach was used, Results of the study showed that the degree of system using, constraints that hindered the use were moderate, and attitudes toward their use were "positive", and that there are statistically significant differences due sex, in favor of females, and to the rank for lecturer assistant professor, and associate professor comparing with professor. and the type of college for Arts colleges. And for experience less than (5) years, (6-10) years, (11-15) years, comparing with whom experience more than (15) years.

(Keywords: Evaluation, E-learning Management System, Moodle)


 

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