This study aimed at measuring the extent at which Al-Quds OpenUniversity e-learning quality standards in educational, technical andadministrative fields are matched with the international e-learning qualitystandards in the same fields.To achieve this purpose, the study used the descriptive method on asample of (84) of Al-Quds Open University (QOU) faculty members who usede-learning in teaching, and on another sample of (1554) learners who wereinvolved in e-learning at QOU.Two questionnaires were electronically distributed, one for each groupin order to estimate the quality standards of content, instructional designof e- courses, and support for supervisors, and the administrative servicesfor supervisors and learners. Both questionnaires have been validated byreferees. Cronbach alpha equation was used to measure stability. The datacollected was analyzed by SPSS package.The results revealed the criteria for quality of content and instructionaldesign, the support of the supervisors and learners, and administrativeservices of QOU e-learning quality standards in educational, technical andadministrative fields exist. There are no significant differences in the estimatedrates of Q.O.U faculty quality standards, due to gender or academic ranks.However, there was a difference in the estimated rate due to specialization.Based on the study results, it is recommended that QOU should workon approving its e-learning standards. It is also recommended that in lightof the growing competition in the applications of this type of educationboth regionally, and internationally, efforts should be directed to promotean e-learning quality culture. It is also recommended to keep assessing thequality standards at QOU to be able to compete on the regional and theinternational levels
Al-Najdi, Samir Dawoud
"Evaluating the Quality Standards of E-Learning at Al- quds Open University in the Light of International Quality Standards,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 3
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol3/iss6/1