Impact of Integrated E-learning: Traditional Approach to Teaching Engineering Perspective Courses

Lina Nageb Fewella, Laila Mohamed Khodeir, Abeer Hamed Swidan


Abstract— The teaching process of engineering perspective course (EP) generally faces several challenges awing to the nature of the course, the required skills and the large number of students. Thus, this paper aimed to examine the impact of applying an integrated E-Learning -traditional approach on teaching the Engineering Perspec-tive (EP) course based on an online system; namely Google Class-room Application. The impact of the proposed teaching approach was evaluated on 130 students of the faculty of applied arts, Damietta University during the first semester of the academic year 2019-2020. A questionnaire was designed and administrated online to explore students’ feedback on the implemented approach. Results revealed that the students mainly preferred the proposed approach for its tech-nical feasibility and positive effect on their academic achievement. The study ended up with a suggested framework that was designed for applying integrated approach in a comprehensive manner.


Engineering Education (EE); Interactive Technologies; Engineering Perspective (EP); Mobile learning (ML).

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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