Defining E-Learning Level of Use in Jordanian Universities Using CBAM Framework

Nasim Abdulwahab Matar

Abstract


This paper presents a continuous work related to the status and engagement with e-learning systems by faculty members in Jordanian universities. Previous research study entitled (Evaluating E-Learning System Use by CBAM-Stages of Concern Methodology in Jordanian Universities, 2015) focused on defining stages of concern using one tool that is presented by CBAM Framework. The CBAM Framework provides another tool that is used specifically for measuring level of use of any educational technology. This research focused on using CBAM framework for the first time in Jordanian Higher educational context in order to present a systematic and well-defined methodology for evaluation that will be used for defining the exact engagement with e-learning. It is believed that the results of this research can be reflected positively on universities future policies and practices for developing the use of this educational technology in Jordan

Keywords


CBAM, Evaluation, E-learning, Jordanian Universities, Level of Use.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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