This study aimed to identify the most commonly e-learning environmentsused among the students of Al-Quds Open University and its relationshipto the level of performance motivation, in light of the variables (gender -Academic Program – study level), The study was based on a descriptiveanalytical method, was used Questionnaire of e-learning environments ofthe three dimensions (academic portal, learning management system "Model",virtual classes) prepared by researchers, and the performance motivationscale translated by Salah Abu Nahia. Tools have been applied on a randomsample of (345) male and female students from Al-Quds Open University inthe North Gaza from the second quarter of the academic year 2010 - 2011.The study found the following results:1. The use of e-learning environments is located at the average level withpercentile weight (57.03%) among the sample, and came to use theacademic portal in the first place with percentile weight (63.6%), followedby the use of model with percentile weight (57.8%), and the use of virtualclasses with percentile weight (50.3%) of the study sample.2. There are significant differences at (a≤0.05) in e-learning environmentsaccording to gender, in favor of males, while there were not statisticallysignificant differences in the dimensions of e-learning environmentsaccording to gender.3. There were no statistically significant differences at (a≤0.05) in the useof e-learning environments according to the academic program for thestudy sample.4. There were statistically significant differences at (a≤0.05) in the use ofthe model virtual classes, and the total scores of e-learning environmentsaccording to the study level for the sample, where the differences betweenstudents from the first level and second level, in favor the students of firstlevel. While there are no statistically significant differences at (a≤0.05) inthe use of environment according to the study level for the sample.5. There are significant differences in performance motivation according tothe gender of the sample, in favor of female students
Abd Aldayem, Khalid and Nassar, Abd Alsalam Mohammed
"The Use of E-learning Environments by the students of Al-Quds Open University and its relationship to the level of performance motivation,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol3/iss6/6