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Involvement in Academic Quality Applications as a Means of Faculty Development

Involvement in Academic Quality Applications as a Means of Faculty Development

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Title: Involvement in Academic Quality Applications as a Means of Faculty Development
Author: Aldahsh, Abdullah Bin Ahmad; Ezza, Elsadig Yahya; Bidair, Almutwali Isamil
Abstract: This research assesses the faculty involvement in the applications of academic quality at Al-Majma’ah Community College of King Saud University, with the intention to achieve three objectives. (1) To evaluate the degree of faculty involvement in the QA activities in the College. (2) To find out if the educational challenges brought with QA could help improve the faculty performance. (3) To publicize the QA culture in the College and King Saud University at large. Alongside these objectives, the study attempts to find answers to the following questions: (1) Is there any relationship between faculty specialty and his interaction with the QA applications? (2) Is there any difference in the degree of involvement in different types of QA application? (3) To what extent does QA culture help improve faculty professionally? To give answers to the research questions, the study assumes the following: (1) There is no relationship between faculty specialty and his involvement in QA activities. (2) There is a significant difference between the faculty involvement in the syllabus activities and the self-development activities (3) QA applications enhances faculty participation in capacity-building programs to improve their overall performance. A self-assessment questionnaire was developed and refereed to collect data for the study. The statistical analysis of the data confirmed the three assumptions
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25870
Date: 2010


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