Student Model-based Adapted e-Learning

Document Type : Original Article


Al-Azhar University, Computer & Systems Engineering


It is becoming evident that educated and skilled human resources and workers are real assets and a key of success and power for both nations and organizations. Therefore, education and training play an important role in the competing world. However, several challenges exist; among them are:
• Availability of educational opportunities and resources to cope with the increased demand due to expanding population.
• Shortage in resources: space, budgetary, qualified instructors/teachers/ professors, educational material and resources … etc.
• Continuous demand on retraining and conversion training to deal with the increased rate of obsolescence due to the continuous evolution in technology and work practices.
• Quality education and employees training to withstand the tough competition in the globalization age that mandates an increased need for highly skilled employees.
• Expanding training opportunities for employees of the same global organization at geographically dispersed locations with different cultures and backgrounds. Decreasing educational cost while maintaining high quality.
Students, parents, and educators are increasingly unhappy with the traditional classroom model that has continued to rely upon a “one size fits all” paradigm and that does not adequately address the individual students’ learning preferences. They are opt of replacing that system with one where instruction is individualized to students’ unique needs.


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