This study aims to identify the Contribution of Open University Educationin Empowering Young Women Seen by Graduates in Hebron EducationRegion. The descriptive method was used in this study. Where the populationof the study consisted of (1499) graduate, who graduated between 1997-2005from Al- Quds Open University/ Hebron Region-Palestine.A sample of (102) graduate was chosen. To achieve the goal of the studya questionnaire was developed according to the literature review. The validity& the reliability were computed. The Study finds that all the response to alldomains was high, no significant statistical differences were found due to thefollowing variables; field of specialization, residence, computer and Englishlanguage skills. In the other hand significant differences were found in thepersonal & leadership skills, and financial domain between the married andsingle graduate to the benefit of married. In the financial domain differenceswere found between employed graduates & self employed to the benefit ofemployed. In the other hand significant differences were found betweeninstitutional managers & self employed graduate to the benefit of institutionalmanagers. In the political domain differences were found between employedgraduates & managers to the benefit of the employed. In the knowledgedomain differences were found between employed graduates & self employedto the benefit of employed. Differences were found between managers & & selfemployed to the benefit of managers. In the qualification variable differenceswere found between BS. Graduate and MS. to the benefit of MS.Finally the study concluded with following recommendations: ImprovingEnglish language skills by giving special courses to young women. Creatingcultural programs to enhance young women self confidence, to enable her toget assume high position.
Al-Osaily, Rajaa Zuhair
"The Contribution of Open University Education in Empowering Young Women as Seen by the Graduates in Hebron Educational Region.,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 3
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol3/iss6/3