Risks and Remedies in ISRA University e-Learning System

Khalil A. Barhoum, Zahraa Fadhil Muhsin, Adi Maaita, Ayman Nsour


Information technology brought radical changes in various aspects of contemporary life and education sector in general and in higher education particularly. Our institute (Isra University) decided to be more responsive to these dramatic changes and rapid developments and effectively employ information technology and modern communications to improve the quality of teaching and learning through a gradual shift from web-enhanced courses towards blended learning, distance learning, and open learning to achieve better learning outcomes excellence and competition. Our institution uses Moodle system to offer web-enhanced courses with timed on-line quizzes as well as a vehicle for students to submit homework assignments and gain access to different course related resources. Isra university e-learning center (IUELC) investigated the risks at Isra university e-learning system (IUELS) may encounter at this level of offering web-enhanced courses and the suitable solutions to these risks. This paper outlines the identified risks (IUELS-risks) and their remedies (IUELS-remedies).


Moodle;e-Learning;e-risks;e-remedies;e-learning security

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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