This study aimed to identify the level of attitudes towards the applications of tests in virtual classrooms and the degree of educational motivation among university students. The study used the descriptive method. The study sample was (540) female students who were selected from various faculties of humanities at Najran university. A questionnaire was conducted about attitudes towards testing applications in virtual classrooms and a scale about learning motivation. The results showed that the level of attitudes towards test applications in the virtual classroom from the point of view of the study sample was high. It was also found that the educational motivation of Najran University students from the point of view of the study sample was high. The results showed that there is a positive, strong and statistically significant correlation between attitudes towards test applications in the virtual classroom and learning motives among Najran University female students on the scale and on the full scale. The study recommended that academic leaders at Najran University need to adopt development programs to ensure maintaining a high level of attitudes towards test applications in virtual classrooms and the learning motivation of university students.
M. S. Alharbi, S.
"Attitudes Towards Test Applications in Virtual Classrooms and Their Relationship to Learning Motivation Among Female Students at Najran University,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 12
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol12/iss1/12