Enas S Abu libdeh

Enas S Abu libdeh
Al Ain University of Science and Technology · College of Education

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PhD , Instructional Technology,
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Introduction
Enas S Abu libdeh currently works at the Education, Al Ain University of Science and Technology. Enas does research in Educational Technology, Curriculum Theory and Educational Assessment. Their current project is 'smart learning'.
Research Experience
Sep 2013 - Feb 2015
Al Ain University of Science and Technology
Position
  • Dean, Student Affairs
Sep 2010 - Nov 2018
Al Ain University of Science and Technology
Position
  • Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology
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smart learning
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The demand of responsibilities among teachers has evolved not only in classroom management but also to the extent of promoting communication and interpersonal skills. Social media is integrated in schools and higher learning institutions for communication and reflection of learning which enhance teachers’ performance in leadership quality and effec...
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The objectives of this article are: explore the adherence to digital etiquette and belief-oriented technologyuse,examinetherelationshipbetweendigitaletiquetteandbelief-orientedtechnology use,andexaminetheinfluenceofITCourseonstudents'digitaletiquette.Thesamplecomprised350 students,whoweretakingITandnon...
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self-evaluation of Technology Use and Implementation
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The objective of the meta-analysis was to examine the likelihood and magnitude of the effect of the mastery experience and teacher self-efficacy relationship. The meta-analysis also aimed to identify the moderators of the relationship. A total of 39 original studies, involving 9,560 teachers was included in the meta-analysis. To identify the modera...
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Purpose: This paper aims to investigate 152 pre-service and in-service school teachers’ perceptions toward Web 2.0 applications and their usage in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). A five-point Likert scale questionnaire was used. The data were analyzed quantitatively using descriptive statistics and independent sample t-tests. The descriptive statis...
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The demand of responsibilities among teachers has evolved not only in classroom management but also to the extent of promoting communication and interpersonal skills. Social media is integrated in schools and higher learning institutions for communication and reflection of learning which enhance teachers' performance in leadership quality and effec...
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This study investigates the readiness and basis for adoption of cloud computing for higher education in the United Arab Emirates using the Theory of Acceptance Model [1] and structured equation modeling. After the concept of cloud computing was introduced through an educational technology course, empirical data were derived from an online questionn...
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This study investigates the readiness and basis for adoption of cloud computing for higher education in the United Arab Emirates using the Theory of Acceptance Model [1] and structured equation modeling. After the concept of cloud computing was introduced through an educational technology course, empirical data were derived from an online questionn...
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This paper reports on the results of an exploratory factor analysis procedure applied on the e-learning readiness data obtained from a survey of four hundred and seventy-five (N = 475) teachers from secondary schools in Nablus, Palestine. The data were collected using a 23-item, self-developed Likert questionnaire measuring e-learning readiness bas...
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This study aimed at investigating the effect of using two teaching models of constructivism on the motivation towards learning science. The sample of the study consisted of 211 male and female students from grade 8. They were distributed into three groups: The first experimental group which was taught by using a Bybee Model and consisted of 71 stud...
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Globalization is irreversible and the Internet is increasingly used to connect people and share information worldwide. The proliferation of digital information allows us to make choices about how we gather information and use technology to enhance learning. This is especially true in an academic environment, where the Internet is often used as a to...
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The purpose for this study is to validate a model of student interactions (student-content, student-instructor and student-student interactions and vicarious interaction), information technology self efficacy and student achievement. Investigation of the relationships was undertaken with structural equation modeling analyses, in a study with 250 un...