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Title: Instructors' co-operation in quality assurance process: Limiting and motivating factors in preparing course portfolio by staff members.
Authors: B. El-Sobkey, Salwa.
Al-Sobayel, Hana.
Keywords: Quality assurance- teaching and learning standard- course portfolio.
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Arab Journal in Quality Assurance for Higher Education sponsored by the General Secretariat of Arab Universities Union
Citation: Arab Journal in Quality Assurance for Higher Education. 2011, 4(7): 91- 107.
Abstract: Course portfolio had been developed since mid 90s because of teaching development. Course portfolio preparation showed many benefits for the instructor, department, and even the students. Current study aimed to explore the factors that interfere with course portfolio preparation by course's instructor. To define the factors that could motivate or hinder the course's instructor to prepare course portfolio. The participants, 41 instructors, received template of course portfolio and they been kindly requested to follow it to prepare the course portfolios for the courses they taught and to accomplish this task within six weeks. The studied factors; including the instructor's previous experience, rank, believes with task importance, time allowance, number of courses, showed no relation to task completion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18642
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