Othman, Aisha (2009) Investigating an On-line Teaching and Learning Environment for the University of Omar Al-Mukhtar, Libya. Masters thesis, Huddersfield university.

The main goal of this research is to investigate e-learning environments and provide recommendations to the University of Omar Al-Mukhtar to help establish on-line environment by examining the feedback of Libyan students who studied abroad in the UK, held by a sample of 30 responses. The researcher used a questionnaire tool to collect both qualitative and quantitative data. The findings indicate that there are different attitudes towards online environment based on age, gender and subject. However, the findings show that Libyan students generally had positive attitudes towards the online environment. The research explores the main factors which are the most important and most indicative of students’ satisfaction for online teaching and learning methods. The researcher was asked to explore a variety of areas in the online environment and its role in enhancing the teaching and learning in higher education as well as e-learning in Libya, focusing on a blended approach to build recommendations based on facts from research. The author recommends that Omer Al-Mukhtar University implement Blended e-learning methods based on the findings of the research. Lastly, mentioning recommendations and the necessity project plan to move from traditional learning and teaching to the online environment and explain the required purpose of Blended e-learning at Omer Al-Mukhtar University.


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