The study aimed at determining the motives behind enrolling of Students at AL-Quds Open University, and if there are differences in these Motives due to sex, marital status, job status, place of living, academic program and the age of student. For that a questionnaire was designed, consisted of (44) items, tested for validity and reliability ( wich reached 0.91). The data was gatherd from a sample of (436) students from those who are recently enrolled during the first semester of the academic year 2006/2007. The data was statistically analyzed; results showed there were statistically significant impact fore each motive aspects ( personal, social, economic, academic and political ) on inrollment. The academic aspect ranked the first obstruction, the social aspect ranked the second, economic aspect ranked the third, political aspect ranked the fourth and personal was the last.Results also revealed there were no statistically significant differences due to sex, marital status, place of living and age of student,. while there were statistically significant differences due to job status and acadimec programe.
"The Motives behind the Enrollment of Students at Al-Quds Open University in the Light of some Variables,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 2
, Article 16.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol2/iss3/16