Design a multicultural blended e-learning system

by   Hayder Hbail, et al.

Most universities in developing countries are using a teaching and learning approach known as blended e-learning, however, there was no multicultural-based blended e-learning framework. Furthermore, there is no research to show the impact of multicultural blended e-learning on satisfaction of learners. This research employed two categories of students, the Iranian students and the Iraqi students studying at Razi University of Iran. These two groups were taught using the multicultural blended e-learning approach. We utilized an open source application named Claroline. Questionnaires were designed and administered to students to collect information about the level of satisfaction and the optimal mix of tools that go into blended multicultural-based e-learning. The collected information was analyzed using SPSS. We found that blended multicultural based e-learning improves the level of satisfaction of learners. In addition, the optimal mix of multicultural blended learning should be comprised 19 files 27



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