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Faculties Evaluation of Distance Learning Based on Interactive Vidio Conferencing at Sudan Open University.


Authors: Alajab Mohammed Alajab
Abstract: (Translated from Arabic by the author) This study aims at shedding light on the evaluation of the staff members who teach educational sciences at the graduate programs in the Sudan Open University. The intention is to specify the level of their satisfaction with the presentations of distance learning programs which rely on the interactive video – conferences. The study tries to provide answer to the following main question: What are the strong and weak points, in the opinions of the staff members in the educational sciences program at the Sudan Open University, regarding distance learning; what is the level of their satisfaction with these presentations? The study sample involves 28 subjects from the teaching staff who participated in teaching educational sciences for graduate students and used the interactive video- conference in their teaching presentations. The study results have shown that the participants in the distance learning programs which depend on video technology have been positive towards all items of the questionnaire which covers the technical quality of the presentation, the quality of permeations, and the role of the presentation in simulating the learners` motivation. In the light of these results, the study recommends that, Sudan Open University should generalize the use of the interactive video conference technology to include all University programs, especially the ones that are intended for postgraduate diploma and masters students. Also it is recommended that such technology should be implemented in all University campuses services and have internet faculties.
Published in: Sudan National Center for Curriculum Development and Educational Research ;23(12):51-96
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