Blended E-Learning Constraints from the Viewpoint of Faculty Members

  •  Zaid Abed Alabaddi    
  •  Arwa Hisham Rahahleh    
  •  Majd Al-Omoush    


This research aims to identify obstacles ‎ to the use of blended e-learning in Al-Balqa Applied University through the viewpoint of faculty members. This research also aims at finding out the constraints that this type of e-learning and finding appropriate solutions for these constraints in the future. The results of this research will also offer proposals and recommendations that will increase the effectiveness of this type of e-learning. Furthermore, the research also aims to find out the best method of training faculty members on how to use blended e-learning.

The study used a descriptive analytical through the review of the literature on the subject of the study to determine the factors influencing the phenomenon of study. A questioner was then developed to collect the necessary data. After analysis, the results showed that the constraints relating to the University support cited the most relating to faculty members. This was followed by constraints involving students and finally constraints related to infrastructure were ranked last. Training and workshops were shown to be the best methods to develop skills for e-learning systems for faculty members.

One of the main recommendations of this study was there needs to be attractive incentives for faculty members to be motivated and provide introductory course in e-learning for students. and provide adequate support for content development and the involvement of faculty members in designing the content and Exchange of experience between faculty members in the University with the support of the Ministry of higher education, and Increase the number of laboratories dedicated to blended e-learning that is available to students outside lecture times.

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