A Conceptual Framework for the Effective Implementation of E-learning for Universities in Saudi Arabia
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This research designed a conceptual framework for the effective implementation and practical recommendations of e-learning in Saudi universities. This research aims to understand academics and students’ attitudes towards e-learning use in Saudi Arabia. A mixed-method was conducted to assess the model critically. The research contributes to increasing the understanding of E-learning by developing a model that provides valuable guidelines on how E-learning can be implemented successfully within the tertiary education setting.
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