Knowledge Management and E-Learning Effectiveness: Empirical Evidence from Jordanian Higher Education Institutions

Mohamad Noor Salih Al-Jedaiah

Abstract


In order to maximize the true advantage of e-learning, many higher education organizations have invested strongly in knowledge management. Yet the effect on the efficiency of e-learning of these investments remains ambiguous. The purpose of the research was therefore to determine the influence of knowledge management processes on the efficiency of e-learning in northern Jordanian private universities. The findings showed that knowledge management procedures have considerably impaired the capacity to meet the goals, excellence and quality of schooling using 101 answers by faculty members in four private colleges in the north area of Jordan. This suggests that procedures in knowledge management affect private universities ' ability to attain e-learning efficiency. In view of this research, universities should deliver the technologies they need for efficient management of their knowledge management processes and e-learning system. Universities are also to generate and share knowledge with others in a stimulating, promoting, and supportive culture.

Keywords


Knowledge Management Process, E-Learning Effectiveness, Jordanian Private University, North Region.

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