Dr.Ammar Jallawi, a professor at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Kufa, published A paper on “Highlighting E-learning Adoption Challenges using data Analysis Techniques: the University of Kufa as a Case Study” The paper has published in the scientific journal E-Journal of E-learning.
Dr. Jallawy said electronic learning (e-learning) plays a significant role in improving the efficiency of the education process. However, in many cases in developing countries, technology transfer without consideration of technology acceptance factors has limited the impact of e-learning and the expected outcome of the education process. Therefore, this shift in learning method has been met with low enthusiasm from academic staff and students owing to its low perceived usefulness and perceived ease-of-use. The University of Kufa (UoK) in Iraq is considered a good case study because it has implemented the e-learning platform since 2013. The UoK platform is based on open-source Moodle owing to the latter’s advantages, such as low implementation cost, open community for support and continuous update and development.