The study aimed to determine the level of e-learning Quality managementin Al-Quds Open University from the point of view of faculty members in itsbranches in the northern West Bank, and examine the impact of each of thevariables (Gender, Qualification, college, place of residence) on the level ofe-learning Quality management in Al-Quds Open University from the point ofview of faculty members in its branches in the northern West Bank.The study population consisted of faculty members in the branches of Al-Quds Open University in the northern West Bank, whose number was (721),out of which a random sample of (105) members was selectedThe descriptive method is used in this study, and a questionnaire wasdesigned to collect data, which included (63) items distributed in five areas,and verified as to validity and persistence; and then distributed to the membersof the study sample. Then data were analyzed using the Averages of BalancedMeans, Standard Deviations, Analysis of Variance Unilateral, and (t) Test.The results revealed that the highest averages were in the field of trainingfor e-learning, followed by the field of follow-up and continuity of e-learning,then the field of teaching and assessing students in e-learning, followedby planning for e-learning, and the lowest average concerned providinge-learning environment.The results showed no statistically significant differences in the level ofe-learning Quality management in Al-Quds Open University from the point ofview of faculty members in its branches in the northern West Bank due to thevariables: gender, qualification, college, and place of residence in all areas.However, there were differences in the field of (teaching and evaluatingstudents in e-learning), regarding the gender variable in favor of females, andthe field of (planning for e-learning) regarding the variable place of residencein favor of the village faculty members
Nada, Yahia Mohammed
"The Level of E-Learning Quality Management In Al-Quds Open University from the Point of View of Faculty Members in Its Branches in the Northern West Bank,,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 4
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol4/iss8/1