A Case Study of Designing an E-learning Electrical Engineering Course


  • Sameer Hanna Khader Palestine Polytechnic University
  • Akram A. Abu-aisheh Prof.




E-learning, Blinded learning, On-line learning, WEB based learning.


Abstract: This paper presents a case study of designing an e-learning course in the field of electrical engineering- Industrial automation program at Palestine Polytechnic University. The applied methodology consisting of few stages starting with formulating the major course objectives, extracting topics outcomes, design the appropriate teaching tools and storyboard, and as final stage the evaluation system is designed. On other hand, an information communication technology (ICT) questionnaire has been designed and targeting attended in the course students with purpose evaluating student ICT knowledge, knowledge leveling, and treatment their weaknesses. The designed topics are modified according to feedback evaluation obtained from students throughout designed for this purpose questionnaire. The observed weaknesses in course topics have been eliminated and finally the modified course was uploaded to the university e-learning platform. Electrical engineering core course with 300 level was carried out for department students, where the obtained results shows significant enhancement in teaching and learning performances of both course instructors and students.

Author Biographies

Sameer Hanna Khader, Palestine Polytechnic University

Associate prof. Ph.D, Electrical Engineering College of Engineering & Technology at Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron, Palestine

Akram A. Abu-aisheh, Prof.

Associate Prof., Telecommunication Engineering, College of Engineering, technology and Architecture at University of Hartford, CT, USA




How to Cite

Khader, S. H., & Abu-aisheh, A. A. (2012). A Case Study of Designing an E-learning Electrical Engineering Course. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 8(3), pp. 22–27. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijoe.v8i3.2103