The percentage of Learners’ positive attitudes toward e-learning raised from 65% to 80%

A pre-online survey was conducted in September 2012, and a post-survey was conducted in April 2013.

Between 2012 several orientation workshops for learners were conducted, and many of them were enrolled in Blended courses

82.1% faculty members participated in 81 training workshops

Different topics such as moodle, instruction design, social media, evaluation, and active learning were incorporated into these workshops.

The workshops delivery mode used best practice in training concentrating on participants’ previous background.

287 courses were developed as blended courses

The ratio of the e-learning aspect of each course differs between faculties.

Course content was all developed online but the delivery mode differs according to the instructor and type of course, and learners’ needs.

Teachers’ qualification diploma was designed and offered partially online. The diploma consisted of 14 courses.

This diploma was offered in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, and it was one of the first programs that offered blended courses. It is expected to participate in raising the awareness of school teachers toward e-learning, and to improve their IT skills.

In the diploma external evaluation this issue was considered to be a privilege for our university.

500 short-session trainings were conducted for learners

At the beginning of each course, learners were offered training on how to use moodle and online exams.

Learners’ computer skills were better than faculty members’ skills since they were digital generation

A policy for conducting online exams was agreed on and up to 30% of learners’ final scores could be computerized exams or online assignments

The evaluation system in the university was developed to match the new method of teaching.

Paper- based exams were used to be the most popular method used for evaluating learners’ achievements.

81 orientation sessions were conducted to raise the faculty members’ awareness toward e-learning

In each faculty, a workshop was conducted with the participants of all faculty members and technicians.

This was to discuss e-learning concepts, advantages and the impact of technology on education.

85% of the University learners were enrolled in the moodle

They participated in blended courses or enabled courses.

A website for e-learning Center was developed

A Facebook webpage was created for any technical support for faculty members and learners