The Impact of E-assessments System on the Success of the Implementation Process

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Mohammad Ali H. Eljinini 1,* Salwa Alsamarai 2

1. Computer Information Systems Department, Isra University, Amman-Jordan

2. Information Management Systems Department, Isra University, Amman-Jordan

* Corresponding author.


Received: 25 Aug. 2012 / Revised: 14 Sep. 2012 / Accepted: 1 Oct. 2012 / Published: 8 Nov. 2012

Index Terms

E-Learning, E-Assessments, Moodle, Questionnaire Analysis


This study aims to identify the attitudes of the sample individuals from students that have used the electronic assessments (e-assessments) system at Isra University in Jordan. These attitudes describe the relationship between the availability of the requirements for e-assessments applications and the success of its implementation. Analytical descriptive method and sample research have been used. The samples included 246 students from 5 colleges covered by the research sample. The instrument of the study was a questionnaire which consisted of many variables that measured influential relationship among them. The research concluded that there is a relationship effect between the availability of the requirements and the success of the implementation process of the e-assessments system. There is a difference in the members attitudes of the research samples over the impact of which variables are most influenced. The results showed that there is a variation in the attitudes on all variables.

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Mohammad Ali H. Eljinini, Salwa Alsamarai, Suha Hameed, Amaal Amawi, "The Impact of E-assessments System on the Success of the Implementation Process", IJMECS, vol.4, no.11, pp.76-84, 2012. DOI:10.5815/ijmecs.2012.11.08


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