The aim of this study is to measure the degree of practicing the skills ofelectronic teaching by the faculty members of Al- Quds Open University. Forthis purpose, a questionnaire was designed comprising three domains: use ofcomputer, use of internet and the skill of managing sessions of virtual classes.The study was conducted on all subjects of the population consisting of (47)faculty members. The questionnaire adopted and distributed was of a fivedegreescale. The results revealed that there were differences in the means ofthe overall degree of practicing the skills of electronic teaching by the facultymembers of Al- Quds Open University attributed to the variables of gender infavor of females with a mean of (4.01) , college in favor of Administration andEconomic Sciences with a mean of (4.22) experience, years of experience infavor of less than (3) years with a mean of (4. 05) , academic qualification infavor of holders of M. A. degrees with a mean of (4.05) and status of facultymember in favor of full- timers with a mean of (4.04) .The study recommended emphasizing the development of the facultymembers’ skills of electronic teaching and providing all the required needs toensure more interaction in electronic teaching between students and facultymembers.
Suhail, Tamer Farah Hassan and Maslih, Moatasem Mohamed Aziz
"Skills of Electronic Teaching Practiced by Faculty Members of Al- Quds Open University in the State of Palestine,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 5
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol5/iss10/1