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Articles by Walid Qassim Qwaider
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  Walid Qassim Qwaider
  This study aimed to detect obstacles to the use of e-Learning from the standpoint of the faculty in the College of Sciences and Humanities members Ghat at Majmaah University, study sample consisted of 57 member and a member of the teaching staff and the fact that a small population of the study was the researcher used all members of society as a sample for study for the academic year 2015/2016. A questionnaire was applied to this sample which included three main areas: the degree of satisfaction of teaching about the e-Learning in terms of content and design staff, the technical aspects and to identify the barriers to its use. Results indicated satisfaction faculty members for e-Learning portal D2L in terms of content, design and technical aspects also showed a number of technical problems pointed out by the answers the participants in the questionnaire that there is no ongoing maintenance of computers and the results showed the large administrative burden assigned faculty member teaching also pointed to the existence of positive attitudes towards the use of e-Learning portal in teaching lasting encouraged by the university administration to activate the gate. The study recommended the need to provide a quick and easy mechanism for communication with site designers, training of teaching how to use e-Learning and the provision of induction guide staff members and the need to reduce administrative burdens are assigned to a faculty member.
  Walid Qassim Qwaider
  Web 2.0 is debatable term derived controversial. Although, one opinion about this term, Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, podcasts and RSS feeds heavily used in learning environments. This study proposes a hybrid model which accommodates the services of Web 2.0 technology tools with the knowledge management. All types of learning providers including consulting university and other education organizations can use this model. The proposed model has purposes of taking both tacit and explicit knowledge as well as knowledge sharing and delivery devices. As a conclusion, the hybrid model puts the life of components of Web 2.0 technology tools and major features of KM together which make this model very useful for both academic and different organizations institutions including business and commerce.
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