Implementing e-learning in universities has become an obligatory requirement and has been increasingly adopted globally. This study proposes a versatile combined educational model integrating face-to-face and e-learning approaches, including synchronous and asynchronous learning, to bridge the education gap resulting from the sudden transition to e-learning in universities. Utilizing knowledge management, the researchers monitored implementation and tracked performance at Zarqa University for four months. Preliminary outcomes and one-way ANOVA results revealed students’ success in collaboration, suggesting its significance. Students also performed strongly in other domains, particularly Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving. These findings provide valuable insights into students’ strengths and weaknesses, informing future instruction and support for enhanced skill and knowledge development.
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"Performance Tracking E-Learning Model: A Case Study,"
Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability: Vol. 13:
1, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jsap/vol13/iss1/14