Increasing the Efficiency of Palestinian University Performance through the Implementation of E-Learning Strategies

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The study aimed to identify increasing efficiency of Palestinian university performance through the implementation of e-learning strategies in Palestinian universities (Al-Azhar University, Islamic university, Al-Aqsa University). The analytical descriptive approach was used for this purpose, and relying on the questionnaire as a main tool for data collection. The study society is from the senior management, where the number of senior management in the universities in question is 206. The random stratified sample was selected, and the Statistical Analysis of Social Sciences (SPSS) program was used. The study found a significant relationship between e-learning strategies and the efficiency of university performance. The study also showed that senior management in Palestinian universities does not care about providing the appropriate budget for e-learning. The study also showed that senior management in Palestinian universities does not help to adhere to the performance standards set by the university. The study also found that the senior management in the Palestinian universities participates in the research that develops the university performance but does not care about following the policies of implementing the development of scientific research. The study recommended that the senior management of Palestinian universities should provide an e-learning budget and encourage employees to continue using e-learning strategies. It also recommended that senior management should focus on developing measures that would help to increase efficiency of performance. The study also recommended that senior management in Palestinian universities should adopt distinguished research and support, and the need to encourage interest in the implementation of policies for the development of scientific research
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