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Workshop Title Trainer and Title Date Language Duration Workshop Specification

Measurement Tools to Evaluate E-Learning Performance Dr. Ali Hussein Zolait 21 st Oct – 22 nd Oct ,15 English 3 Days (5 Hrs. a Day)


150 BD

General Description of the Workshop:

.سرادملا يف ينورتكللإا ميلعتلل ءادلأا سايقو مييقتل اهمدختسا نكمي يتلا تاودلأاو تايساسلأا ئدابملا نيكراشملا باسكا ميلعتلا ةيلاعف مييقت ءارجإ يعدتست يتلا ةدئافلاو بابسلأا يهامو ينورتكللإا ميلعتلا ةيلاعف مييقت قرط ىلع فرعتلاو .


Provide the participants the basics principles and tools that can be used to assess and measure performance for E-learning in schools. In addition to, identify assistive methods which can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning. What are the reasons and the interest rate that calls for an evaluation of the effectiveness of e-learning?

Targeted Trainees:

Distant learner Managers, Ministry of education staff,

Expected Learning Outcome: By completing the workshop learner will be able;

    To creating a good evaluation plan for e-learning in organization To understand different methods and approaches on evaluating e learning outcome

Learning evaluating levels

Topics to Be Covered:

1 2 3 1 2 Topic

The Value in E-learning Evaluation Perspective of Evaluation Levels of Evaluation


Evaluation Approaches Creating Evaluation plan

Day 1 Description

 Why  Reasons  Objection  Good Evaluation  Economic  Timing  Internal  External  (L1)  (L2)  (L3)  (L4)

Day 2 Description

 ROI  Costs and benefits  Viewpoint of both producers and consumer  Course Quality  Goals of evaluation  Schedule of Activities

 Knowing Evaluation cost  What data will be used in evaluation  Who can provide it  Motivate participants

Day 3 1 2 3 Topic

Building Evaluation Into the Development process Pragmatics and Professionalism Evaluation Issues


 Identify business goals behind e-learning  Transit from business goals to learning goals  Set clear e-learning goals  Transform goals into objective  Stress concrete performance  Set all level of objectives  Measurement & Evaluation  Precision & Accuracy  Test assumption  Beyond the evaluation  Cost-effective  Evaluation of e-learning content development process  Evaluation of e-learning environment  Evaluation of e-learning at the program & institutional levels

Assessment Technique:

Practical Exercises

Training Resources and Materials:

Will be provided to Trainee during the sessions


ةرودلا ةياهن عم تاداهشلا عيزوت متيس ةرودلا ىوتحملو رضاحملل مييقت لمع متيس ينورتكللإا ملعتلا زكرم مساب ةيمسر ةلاسر لاسرا ءاجرلا ةقفاومل ا ةلاح يف 51994171 مقر سكاف ىلع يسابعلا ىفطصم روتكدلا    


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Trainer Biography:

Ali Hussein Saleh Zolait is Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems and exVisiting Research Fellow at the University of Malaya, College of Information Technology. He holds a PhD in Management Information Systems from University of Malaya (Malaysia, 2008) and M.S in Management Information Systems from International Islamic University Malaysia IIUM Central Missouri State University (Malaysia, 2003). He has been involved for about 15 years in teaching, research, training, and/or consultancy in the areas of management information systems, technology acceptance, knowledge-based system management, computer applications, project management, spreadsheet modelling, systems analysis and design, Entrepreneurship and Innovation management science, advanced data Analysis and business research methodology. He is Editor-inChief of the International Journal of Technology Diffusion (IJTD), IGI Publishing, USA. He is the author of the premier reference source: Internet Banking Acceptance: Perspective of User's Informational Based Readiness, LAMBERT Academic Publishing, (Germany, 2012), 978-3-8465- 9814-6. He is the author/editor of the book Knowledge and Technology Adoption, Diffusion, and Transfer: International Perspectives (2011), IGI Global, USA. Also, he is the author/editor of the book: Technology Diffusion and Adoption: Global Complexity, Global Innovations. Assistant Professor Zolait has published more than 50 research papers that have appeared in international refereed journals & conferences