BARRIERS TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE E-LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BLACKBOARD) AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT IMAM ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FAISAL UNIVERSITY

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  • Dr. Saddam Rateb Darawsheh, Anwar Saud Al-Shaar

Abstract

The study aimed to identify the barriers to the implementation of the e-learning system
(Blackboard) among female students at the Community College at Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal
University. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher adopted the descriptive approach.
The study sample which was chosen randomly consisted of (300) female students from the
community college at Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University. The researcher built the study
tool “questionnaire” which covers four areas: Administrative barriers, technological barriers,
financial (physical) barriers, and social barriers. The data was processed by the statistical method.
The findings indicated that the areas of the barriers which faces the implementation of the
blackboard system among female students at the community college at Imam Abdul Rahman bin
Faisal University were as follows: Social barriers which ranked first and with a (high degree)
followed by financial barriers (moderate degree), administrative barriers (moderate degree) and
the technical barriers (low degree) and with the mean 2.60, 2.20, 2.13 and 1.37 respectively. The
study recommended promoting the technical aspect in the university through using the blackboard
system and providing specialists and technicians with suitable training regarding the use of this
system and holding educational sessions for students and community members to enhance the
concept of e-learning

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Published

2020-12-01 — Updated on 2020-12-13

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Dr. Saddam Rateb Darawsheh, Anwar Saud Al-Shaar. (2020). BARRIERS TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE E-LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BLACKBOARD) AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT IMAM ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FAISAL UNIVERSITY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 2414 - 2439. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1175 (Original work published December 1, 2020)