Keywords : E-Learning


The Effect of Islamic Education Teachers' Use of E-Learning on Developing Cognitive Thinking among Literary Sixth-Grade Students

Assist. Lec. Amira Mustafa Mashkhatti Al-Rikani

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2022, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 152-163

The aim of the study was to investigate and explain the impact of the use of Islamic education teachers on electronic learning methods in development for student creativity for students in the sixth literary grades, and to achieve this goal, the researcher designed a test and set it on a basis, and it has also verified the honesty of the scale by presenting it to A selection of Almajdrsin and university professors and some of the educational supervisors, and stability parameters were calculated using the Pearson correlation coefficients for cognitive thinking tests, which amounted to (0.83), and the researcher also worked on preparing many lessons in Islamic education according to Tarska Al-Aleem Electronic and asynchronous.Whereas, the study sample consisted of fifty students from the sixth literary grades, and the scale was applied to them using the accompanying analysis of variance, where the results of the test showed the following:It has been proven that there are statistically significant differences between the equivalent arithmetic averages on cognitive thinking tests as a result of teaching methods, and for the benefit of students who used electronic learning methods when compared to colleagues who used the regular method.

A review of E-Learning in Higher Education

Khalid Al-Hussaini; Huda Al-Qozani

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 470-482

The e-learning has become an important part of higher education in light of the crises facing humanity, including wars, displacement, and the epidemic. On the other hand, information, and communication technology increases the use of digital devices for many purposes in the world, especially education, through which learning can be achieved, such as higher satisfaction, motivation, and increased student participation. This paper provides a background for e-learning in higher education institutions and reviews the concept of e-learning, its requirements, and the various strategies of e-learning, in higher education institutions.

The Relationship of Electronic Publishing of Arabic Content with Education

Muneer Abdul-Bari Al-Qadsi

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 219-231

The research sought to achieve the following objectives: Introducing the concept of electronic publishing, and to clarify the relationship of electronic publishing with education. As the problem of the study was to answer the question: What is the relationship of electronic publishing to education? And knowing its negative and positive impact on education, and to achieve the goal of the research, a descriptive and analytical approach was adopted. And the adoption of analysis and comparisons of previous sources and studies for the same topic of research to obtain study data, and the research has reached a set of results, most notably: that electronic publishing has a positive effect on the progress and development of the education process.

Application of e-learning and remote emergency education in crisis management Review of some international experiences - Corona pandemic as a model –

Khelifa ahlem; boukhdouni ouahiba

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 387-400

This research paper aims to know the measures taken to implement e-learning and remote emergency education in managing the crisis of education interruption due to the spread of the Corona epidemic, as it is the most important way to continue the educational process at the present time, and through this study we have concluded that the success of using emergency remote education requires the provision of A strong infrastructure of technical resources and trained human cadres, ready to use this type of education

The importance of electronic education between the requirements of the times and the mandatory impact of crises

HAGAIN Faouzia; ARIBI Imani

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 401-410

Looking to the increasing interest in the necessity of directing the activities of universities towards the principles of digitization as part of their endeavors to keeping upwith technological development, Parallerllywith new trends in support of distance education andmore precisely digital education, considering the latter one of the most important forms of distance education, the work of the principles of e-learning has become in a location whose importance lies In a mixture between the necessity of being and working with it in light of the information revolution and the era of information and communication technology,And among the developments of circumstances, even if they make this resort to this type of education in a circumstantial way, is still no less important than the aforementioned positioning . The Corona pandemic, with its circumstance, made distance education in general and digital education in particularappear evident in its importance and shows its harbored Privileges and benefitsIn light of that, this study aimed to shed light on the role that digital education plays in general and in the crises (Covid-19) in particular.And extend the horizon of work with this type of education and expand its inclusion, by demonstrating the effective role that this type of education has played by taking models that have been taken it as a way and a pillar of its basic pillars of education, and have included it in the pattern of providing their services, whether in whole or in part.Based on the foregoing, the importance isformulated in the obligatory conditions and the reality of an erawithduality of urgencythat made updating the topichaving the importance that in turnprompted the compulsion to delveinto the topic more.Three models were dealt with (Madinah Arab University in Malaysia, the Syrian Virtual University, and the HIS-Higher Institute of Sciences. In Algeria) it use distance education and e-learning; To make things closer to reality, the inductive method was used for analysis and conclusion, and the results indicate that these universities adopted distance education on one hand, and in light of crises on the other hand, as they support e-learning through the means of digital education, in order to attract students and researchers As well as its ability to create value at high levels in a manner compatible with the foundations of digital education on the one hand and the requirements of crises on the other hand.

E learning Model-based on Subliminal Stimulation in Engineering Taught

Nasseer K. Bachache

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 245-251

Globally, higher education is a change in innovation by stimulating digital technology- based education. The question that must possess is the learning and training that used in university education develops lifelong professional skills, and does this education motivate a student to create new thoughts, and does they get enough talents that drive the fourth industrial revolution? and do they get enough talents that drive the fourth industrial revolution? Nowadays we look for change around the world in the procedure of online learning platform with the expansion that has occurred in the field of education and its main factors, shape, the content of curricula, and its inputs. In our work, we propose a new customized educational model-based on subliminal persuasion and other applications of subliminal stimulation. First, we discuss our definition of subliminal. Wewill also present arguments about why it is difficult to sustain learning far from conscious thinking. In the other parts, we used e-learning (some videos) to illustrate examples of the basic effects of subliminal stimulation that can be used in various lessons were taught in engineering college at different stages showed to volunteers of different ages. Finally, we suggest some applications that can increase human talent after establishing legal legislation.

Obstacles to the application of e-learning in Moroccan schools

SAMRANI ABDELHAKIM

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 351-360

E-learning has received much more interest in recent decades due to the domination of technology on all aspects of modern life. Another reason is the current pandemic which makes it necessary for the countries all over the world to adopt different modes of digital learning as a means of safety and as a tool to save time and effort. One more reason behind such a great interest is the will to create a rich and a favourable educational environment where a variety of media is used such as: audio-visual aids, interactive video-conferencing, digital assessment, e-libraries,...etc. For all the aforementioned reasons, the Moroccan school has adopted e-learning as a means to achieve success. Desipte all the advantages of digital learning and the huge interest in it, it still faces a myriad of stumbling blocks that hinder its effectiveness and implementation. This research paper then, is an attempt to shed light on such a mode of learning, determining and categorizing it, as well as suggesting some solutions to help dealing with it

E - Learning Strategies

Faida Imhamed Salem Elwerfali

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 379-386

E-learning environments vary to suit the diversity of learners, and the diversity of the courses and objectives, however, it should not be dealt with e-learning without specifying the strategies used in teaching, and it is meant by how the educational content is presented to learners, as the e- learning system includes designing different learning strategies, including what is included. The system is a second-generation web service and electronic tools for transferring content and creating a learning process.Learning strategies include several procedures for presenting educational content in a way that helps learners achieve educational goals. Strategies also vary according to the variety of goals and activities carried out by the professor and the student.Current search aims to:1. Statement of the concept of e-learning.2. Learn about e-learning theories.3. Learn about e-learning techniques.4. The concept of e-learning strategies.5. Learn about viewing strategies.A- Teaching strategies in the e-learning environment.B- Evaluation strategies in e-learning.

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 ...

Self-Regulated and E-Learning

Samar S. Hammadi

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 483-489

The main aim of education is to develop students to be self-regulated learners by engaging their own learning experience and developing them cognitively. To do this, planning, monitoring, and evaluating are required by the students to perform them independently in which very few students do this normally.The present paper presents a literature review of SRL including an overview of the concept; specific SRL strategies for students to use; and a discussion of some difficulties that teachers face during teaching their students to be lifelong Learners.

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.

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.

E-learning fingerprints on the learner's knowledge structure during the Covid-19 pandemic

Djalaleddine BENGUESMIA; Mokhtar Salim KATACHE

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 53-76

The current study is striving to shed light on the digital educational medium, which has become as a trend for us as digital citizens, in the 21st century. In this, in order to identify the influence of e-learning on secondary school learners’ cognitive structure, who are Algerian baccalaureate candidates (2020), during the Corona pandemic, a descriptive study is devoted to specify the type of this impact on learners’ cognitive structure as well as to reveal the type of relationship between e-learning influence and the time allocated to it per day. Accordingly, the descriptive syllabus has been adopted to study research variables and to realize research objects as well. Thence, an intentional sample of 120 learners responded to a three-dimensional questionnaire, which consists of 21 items designed to collect data after checking its psychometric properties, validity and reliability. The results obtained, using several statistical programmers, revealed that e learning has a positive influence on learners’ cognitive structure. The results further indicate that there is a medium positive correlation with a predictive linear direction between research variables.