Self E-learning in the Egyptian universities: Realistic and Executive vision towards improving the quality of education and the global ranking of universities

Citation:
Khalifa, N. E. M., and M. H. N. Eldin, "Self E-learning in the Egyptian universities: Realistic and Executive vision towards improving the quality of education and the global ranking of universities", International Journal of Internet Education, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 55-61, 2018. copy at www.tinyurl.com/yxk76n7z

Abstract:

Within the developments progress in Egypt today, the Egyptian student in the university should question himself about his role is in the advances in scientific and industrial revolutions. The university education in Egypt is still adopting traditional teaching methods which are incompatible with modern life, the student's and the lecturer mentality in the era of technology and development.

This paper presents a modern concept of nontraditional teaching methods and a realistic vision which is not only relying on e-learning in its current characteristics, but with the addition of some modern educational features such as self-learning. The most important features of self-learning are that it reduces the responsibilities of the lecturer and ensures that the students understand all the concepts and objectives of the courses. With the process of linking the courses in the Egyptian universities with the courses in the international universities (top
100 universities in the world), this will lead to a better education quality and better ranking of Egyptian universities. The pros and cons of the proposed idea will be discussed at the end of the research.

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