Obstacles That Prevents Better Use of Information Technology: A Case Study of University College Students – Addayer, Jazan University

Abdulmajeed Abdulqadir Alhanash, Fatima Jabir Almalki

Abstract


Learning through technology helps learners to empower their learning experiences and prepares them for a global workforce. The study suggests that students have negative attitude towards using technological devices and there are other obstacles that hinder the University College Students in Addayer to use the educational technology appropriately. The study draws the attention of the decision makers and learners to the meaningful use of technology in educational process.
The study is a descriptive and analytical. The (SPSS) tool is used to analyse the data collected by the questionnaire. The study ends up with statistically highlighted results and recommendations to solve the problems of using technology in educational process in Jazan University


Keywords


Obstacles; Educational technology; Students’ attitude; Collaborative learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11542

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