Perception Success Rates and Barriers That Face Term Paper

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Perception, Success Rates and Barriers that Face E-Learning in Saudi Arabia

Analysis Based on Response

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is a Useful Addition to the academic structure

E-learning is a useful addition

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

Disagree

Neither agree nor diagree

Strongly agree

Strongly disagree

Grand Total

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is a Useful Addition to the academic structure

Table 4.2:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning and home life are balanced and complementary to each other

Question

2. E-learning and home life

Number of Students

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

25

36

61

Disagree

8

6

14

Neither agree nor diagree

20

11

31

Strongly agree

17

39

56

Strongly disagree

2

5

7

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.2:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning and home life are balanced and complementary to each other

Table 4.3:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is appropriate in accordance to the needs of their academic requirements

Question

3. E-learning is appropriate

Number of Students

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

23

35

58

Disagree

7

12

19

Neither agree nor diagree

27

24

51

Strongly agree

9

13

22

Strongly disagree

6

13

19

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.3:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is appropriate in accordance to the needs of their academic requirements

Table 4.4:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is well-structured within the institution

Question

4. E-learning is well structured

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

18

12

30

Disagree

20

23

43

Neither agree nor diagree

25

30

55

Strongly agree

1

1

2

Strongly disagree

8

31

39

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.4:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning is well-structured within the institution

Table 4.5:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning provision at the institution is at the correct level for their preferred utilization

Question

5. E-learning provision at correct level

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

15

13

28

Disagree

18

23

41

Neither agree nor diagree

26

26

52

Strongly agree

4

1

5

Strongly disagree

9

34

43

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.5:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not E-Learning provision at the institution is at the correct level for their preferred utilization

Table 4.6:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not accessibility of e-learning at the institution is at the correct level for their preferred utilization

Question

6. E-learning accessibility at correct level

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

22

19

41

Disagree

15

17

32

Neither agree nor diagree

26

27

53

Strongly agree

2

6

8

Strongly disagree

7

28

35

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.6:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not accessibility of e-learning at the institution is at the correct level for their preferred utilization

Table 4.7:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not sufficient access to computers is given in order to incorporate E-Learning

Question

7. Sufficient access to computers

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

30

14

44

Disagree

6

17

23

Neither agree nor diagree

13

22

35

Strongly agree

17

3

20

Strongly disagree

6

41

47

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.7:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not sufficient access to computers is given in order to incorporate E-Learning

Table 4.8:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not sufficient access to teachers is given for assistance with E-learning structures

Question

8. Sufficient access to assistance

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

14

17

31

Disagree

22

23

45

Neither agree nor diagree

15

12

27

Strongly agree

10

5

15

Strongly disagree

11

40

51

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.8:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not sufficient access to teachers is given for assistance with E-learning structures

Table 4.9:

Below is a table showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not the use of confidential process for complaints for E-learning structures are appropriate

Question

9. Confidential complaints procedure

Count of Answer

Column Labels

Row Labels

King Saud

Tabouk

Grand Total

Agree

8

17

25

Disagree

17

20

37

Neither agree nor diagree

31

26

57

Strongly agree

4

7

11

Strongly disagree

12

27

39

Grand Total

72

97

Graph 4.9:

Below is a graphical representation showing the comparative analysis of two UAE universities, King Saud University and Tabouk University. The comparisons are done on a Likert scale (based on the scale formations agree, disagree, neither, strongly agree and strongly disagree) on the respondents views on whether or not the use of confidential process for complaints for…

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