Keywords : digital education


The importance of digital education in the shadow of the international policies for managing crises resulting from the Corona Covid-19 pandemic

Ansam Faik Abdul-Rezzak Al-Obidi

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 13-30

The tremendous scientific and technical developments that the world is witnessing today have resulted in great changes in the reality and nature of societies in all fields, so that these tremendous technological updates were adopted by the majority of people in all details of their daily lives, and this included technical modernization of countries in all their joints and their social, political& economic systems& health and education as one of the community systems It is natural for this technological modernization to have a direct impact on it. The rapid technological progress and the developments that accompanied it necessitated a parallel rapid change in the needs of individuals and societies and all other development facilities in it. Because the destiny of nations depends on the creativity of their children, it has attracted education makers quickly and virtual reality with its technologies has become an element. Finding practical solutions to the problems at hand depends mainly on the innovations of human ways of thinking by seeking to employ all capabilities, skills and knowledge to reach solutions that would prevent us from paralyzing the entire educational process as a result of a virus that has no limits to its damages. Countries in states of emergency, epidemics and wars seek a rapid crisis management policy to mitigate the severe negative effects that societies suffer from, from which education is interrupted, and according to the capabilities available to each country at its different levels, but almost everyone is in common, since total dependence on digital education and canceling education ttraditional education. The study of everything that would advance the educational process and promote its outputs represented in the future of our students, would be of the utmost importance that requires preparing research and studies to open new horizons in this field and to achieve the best in it, especially with regard to the means of transformation towards electronic employment and its fruitful results.

Digital education between need and the constraints of reality

ABDELLAH KERKECH

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 77-87

This research revolves around digital education as a need, and the necessity imposed by reality, and imposed by the global Corona epidemic crisis [Covid-19], and about the problem of adopting it as a strategic alternative to urban education, is all countries eligible for that, and about the constraints, and their nature that could prevent this from being achieved.The researcher made the research base and references the basis. The first verse of Surat Al-Alaq which is the Almighty saying: (Recite in the name of your Lord who created) (Verse:1), for many purposes, he elaborated on them in his paper. He also mentioned some recent field studies that talk about the first experience in digital education or distance education in some countries, especially Morocco, with comments on that study.The researcher mentioned some previous studies in the field of e-learning and distance education, which talks about how e-learning, its characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, and electronic classes.The results of the research confirm that digital education has become a need and necessity, and that there are real constraints that prevent it from being used as a substitute for urban education, especially in the third world countries, and then the researcher recommended adopting the gradual approach in order to engage positively in this type of education, as confirmed by the main conclusions of the research, That any attempt to adopt digital education in countries dominated by social classes, It will cause a rift in the societies of these countries, which will increase the dedication of Stratification, and it contributes dangerously wastage in school, this will expose the right of sacred education to being lost, and the nation will be lost with it in the most important component of its constituents.

Digital education between application and unemployment

Amal T. S. Abushaaban

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 96-109

In light of the spread of the Corona pandemic, which threatened and continues to threaten the entire world in all educational, social, economic and other aspects, we had to pause before this challenge, and how will we face it? What are the proposed solutions to alleviate its severity? In this research, the researcher decided to explore different areas for developing these solutions, including the role of training centers in undergoing digital transformation to increase their ability to provide digital skills through online mechanisms, as well as the role of government institutions in cooperating with each other in order to reduce the unemployment rate resulting from the Corona pandemic and the use of that to serve e-learning, in addition to the role of technology companies and businessmen from the local community in presenting their offers in order to help those who live in remote areas and do not have access to communication and devices.

Education learning: international and arabe experiences

Boujamaa Ouali

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 110-119

This research paper reviews a set of elements related to e-learning:a- Defining e-learning: a set of definitions.b- International experiences in e-learning (USA, Japan, Turkey, Malaysia)c- Arab experiences in e-learning (Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan).d- Challenges facing e-learning: technical, financial, human, and social ...

Challenges of Orientation towards digital education in the governmental Universities in Yemen : Empirical Study

Amal Mohamed El-Mogahed; khaled Hassan Alhariry

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 120-140

The study aimed to identify the main Challenges to the Orientation towards digital education in Yemeni governmental universities, from the viewpoint of faculty members in these universities, and to present a proposed vision to activate the Orientation towards digital education in Yemeni governmental universities in the light of the results of the study. The researchers adopted the descriptive analytical method in dealing with the problem of study and answering its questions, and the research sample included (250) individual faculty members in Yemeni governmental universities. The Research preliminary data were collected by the questionnaire as a study tool. These data were analyzed using some statistical methods appropriate to the nature of the data and the aims of this study.The study concluded several results, the most prominent of which are: that all the challenges of orientation towards digital education related to the general (macro) and private (micro) environment for digital education in Yemen - which was included in the study tool (the questionnaire) -; All of them came in a high according tothe arithmetic means for the answers of the sample individuals to the questionnaire paragraphs related to these challenges. The results of the study hypothesis test showed that there were no statistically significant differences between the views of the study sample items on the most prominent challenges towards digital education related to the general (macro) and private (micro) environment for digital education in Yemen at the level of significance (0.005); refer to some demographic and functional variables for the vocabulary of the study sample and include: Include: gender, university name , college type, Academic degree, and years of experience.The study concluded to present a proposed vision that includes a set of elements and mechanisms necessary to activate the Orientation towards digital education in Yemeni governmental universities. It was preparedaccording to the literature and results of the study

The role of Digital Education in Improving Academic Performance and Achievement for Chemistry in Secondary Education

Nidaa Abdul Ameer Jasim Al -Gbouri

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 232-244

Digital learning is considered one of the most important vital methods adopted in the learning process in general, especially in light of the explosion of knowledge and technological development occurring in various societies and nations. However, after the passage of time, relying on digital education has become an urgent need, and it will certainly have positive effects if applied properly. The study aimed to adopt electronic digital education and its impact on students' achievement in chemistry at the secondary level. The study population consisted of the fourth scientific students, the study sample consisted of 60 students, , Where they were randomly selected and divided into three groups, each group consisted of 20 students and the groups were the control group, they were taught using the traditional method, the second group used distance education and the third group used blended learning and the chemistry curriculum (organic chemistry) in the fourth year was considered a subject The study, where the study lasted three weeks, at the rate of three lessons per week, and after completing the teaching unit, students in each group were given 20 multiple-choice questions to measure achievement and level of performance.1-The presence of statistical differences at a significant level (0,05 ≤ α )return to the teaching method2- There are no statistically significant differences at a significant level(0,05 ≤ α ) In the pretest for the performance of students under study3- There are no clear statistical differences between the performance of males and females

Digital transformation of education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - case study : Princess Nourah and King Khalid Universities

Omaima Ali Shiekh Eldein Elnor; Siham Ahmed Mohammed Khatir

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 265-282

The study aimed to explore the reality of digital transformation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, by identifying the actual practice of digital transformation in higher education institutions, in line with global trends to face the challenges of the global crisis COVID19. The main study question was: What are the requirements for applying digital transformation in higher education institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? The importance of the study stems from providing suggestions and recommendations regarding dealing with conditions and products of digital education, and enriching the Arab library with more studies and research dealing with digital education. The study relied on the descriptive and analytical approach, and the questionnaire was used as a main tool for data collection, in addition to analyzing the content of documents and documents in this aspect that were obtained from the study sample institutions, to support the findings and develop proposals and recommendations. The study was applied to Princess Nourah bint Abdul Rahman University and King Khalid University.

Knowledge-Supporting Culture and Its Role in Improving Faculty Skills during Digital Learning to Confront the Corona Pandemic Analytical Study of the Views of a Sample of Iraqi University Professors

Nidhal Abdullah Yassen Almaliki; Hussein Muhammad Ali Kashkool; Saleem Rasheed Aboud Fayyad

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 361-378

Digital education is considered one of the important strategies at the present time due to the development in the field of education and communication, which facilitated the transition of the educational process easily and smoothly for students, and this study aimed to identify the role that culture supportive of knowledge can play and its role in improving the skills of teachers in education The study relied on the descriptive inferential approach through an analytical study of the views of a sample of Iraqi university professors, and the importance of the study was embodied in improving the skills of teachers for its components and dimensions in how to improve skills in light of digital education to confront the Corona pandemic that the world, society and students are facing, and the study sample was formed. Of (125) individuals, the statistical analysis was performed depending on the statistical package program, the SPSS program. Partial Least Squares Modeling (PLS-SEM) was also used through the SmartPLS program. The analysis was carried out for the two variables of the study, namely ((Culture supporting knowledge in its dimensions and improving skills in light of digital education in its dimensions, while the most important conclusion is ((improving the skills of teachers in light of digital education) a positive case required that contributes to creating a culture that supports knowledge, which indicates the promotion of a culture of knowledge support as well as It will contribute to the development of the education sector in Iraq in general)), and the most important recommendations are ((directing faculty members to rely on digital education strategies in the universities of the study sample, to reduce the negative effects necessary for the digital educational process)).

A Model for the Best Distance Digital Teaching Style to the Course of Computer Skills Concerning the First Year Students at Dentistry Faculty in Ibn Sina University in Sudan

Muna Mohamed Mahmoud Abu Gosseisa

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 449-453

This study is conducted on the students of the first year of the faculty of Dentistry at Ibn Sina University in Khartoum Sudan upon the decision of study closure due to the spread of pandemic Covid-19, and upon the of the university strategic plan of academic digital transformation by 2023. The study aimed to reach to the factors that affects distance digital teaching to come out with the best model of digital teaching style via virtual classes. Results shows interactivity of students occurs when applying several teaching styles through digital technologies according to their psychological and academic needs and results also of the importance of digital communication between the student and the instructor leads to the enhancement of his/her academic performance.

E-education at the Algerian University is a need or a crisis-generated necessity Coronas

MEHRIA KHALIDA

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 454-469

Information and communications technology plays an important role in all aspects of life in general and in education in particular, many educational institutions that have adopted technology as a vehicle in the educational process have been shown to be helping to energize the educational process , The use of technology today is natural but not available to all, as there are still institutions that depend on traditional methods in education, but with the changes that the Corona pandemic caused, the situation is different, After the student at all levels of school had to be forced from school seats since March, and because his fate remained to be returned, the imperative of remotely adopting the system by many universities is to avoid losing the school year, The study, which is based on the study of the study paper, is an urgent necessity or emergency situation, in an attempt to shed light on e-education today, using it between urgent necessity and emergency circumstances and its continuation after the pandemic.