Abstract—The purpose of this study was to analyse learners’ perceptions of a Saudi E-learning System to support and enhance brick and mortar classroom. Accordingly, Data were collected from 25 female undergraduate students enrolled at the computer and Information Science department, in the college for women at Prince Sultan University (PSU). The survey item analysis revealed that all of the participant students regard the features of JUSUR to be helpful and enhance the understanding of course materials, and hope that this system will be adopted for other courses in the future. Results also indicate that most of the available system features were favored by the students. Nevertheless, the online chat sessions were the most preferable in this study because it seems to be convenient for female students to discuss online group project with their peers.
Index Terms—Asynchronous, JUSUR, learning management systems, perceptions, synchronous
J. Zouhair is with the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh 11586 SA (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: J. Zouhair, "Surveying Learners’ Attitudes toward a Saudi E-learning System," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 777-779, 2012.