Saudi Electronic University a Role Model in Implementing Blended Learning; Exploring the Experience of Female Students in the Department of English Language and Translation

Noha Abdullah Alowedi

Abstract


This study explores students’ perceptions of blended learning in a Saudi higher education institution; namely, the Saudi Electronic University. SEU is the only university in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that offers undergraduate degree programs in complete mandatory Blended Learning mode of education in all courses. The study aims to describe the actual utilization of online learning represented by Blackboard as the official Learning Management System in SEU and to dictate students’ satisfaction with the learning experience. The methodology used to achieve this goal was surveying students’ opinions through sending out online questionnaires. The main purpose of this study is to consider the students’ feedback, improve what needs improvements, and keep up the good work if it is considered ‘good work’.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijele.v8i1.16685

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