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Title E-learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region / Alan S. Weber, Sihem Hamlaoui, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2018]

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Subject Internet in education -- Middle East.
Internet in education -- Africa, North.
Web-based instruction -- Middle East.
Web-based instruction -- Africa, North.
Education -- Middle East -- Computer network resources.
Education -- Africa, North -- Computer network resources.
Description 1 online resource
Contents Chapter 1. Algeria -- Chapter 2. Bahrain -- Chapter 3. Djibouti -- Chapter 4. Egypt -- Chapter 5. Iran -- Chapter 6. Iraq -- Chapter 7. Israel -- Chapter 8. Jordan -- Chapter 9. Kuwait -- Chapter 10. Lebanon -- Chapter 11. Libya -- Chapter 12. Morocco -- Chapter 13. Oman -- Chapter 14. Palestine (West Bank / Gaza Strip) -- Chapter 15. Qatar -- Chapter 16. Saudi Arabia -- Chapter 17. Syria -- Chapter 18. Tunisia -- Chapter 19. United Arab Emirates -- Chapter 20. Yemen.
Summary "In the last decade, due to factors of ICT infrastructural and broadband maturation, rising levels of educational attainment and computer literacy, and diversification strategies, e-learning has exploded in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. However, significant barriers remain in the region's e-learning development: lack of research on outcomes and effectiveness, paucity of Arabic language learning objects, monopolies and high cost of telecommunications, cultural taboos, accreditation, censorship, and teacher training. This unique volume is the first comprehensive effort to describe the history, development, and current state of e-learning in each of the 20 MENA countries from Algeria to Yemen. Each entry is expertly written by a specialist who is acutely familiar with the state of e-learning in their respective country, and concludes with a bibliography of key reports, peer-reviewed books and articles, and web resources. E-Learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) proves itself as a vital compendium for a wide readership that includes academics and students, transnational program directors, international education experts, MENA government departments, commercial vendors and investors, and ICT development and regulatory agencies involved in e-learning in the Middle East."-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9783319689999 (electronic bk.)
3319689991 (electronic bk.)
3319689983
9783319689982
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-68999-9
OCLC # 1027373355
Additional Format Print version: 3319689983 9783319689982 (OCoLC)1004046143


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