Journal of Educational Sciences > Volume 28, No. 3, 2016
The Effect of E-Activities via Learning Management System (Blackboard) in Developing the Skills of Digital Storytelling and Learning Satisfaction among Female Students of Taibah University / Laila S. Aljohani, Taghreed Abdulfattah Alrehaili
The study aimed at measuring the effect of e-activities via learning management system Blackboard in the development of the skills of digital storytelling, and hence at measuring learning satisfaction with using it. The study employed quasi experimental design, and was conducted during the first semester of the academic year (1436- 1437 H); on a population consisted of (37) female students of College of Computer Science and Engineering, at Taibah University. The study sample was divided into two groups: control group consisted of (20) female students, and experimental one consisted of (17) female students. To achieve its goals the study constructed the following: a list of digital storytelling skills, e-activities about digital storytelling, observation card of digital storytelling skills and learning satisfaction scale, and all of them were prepared by the researchers. The results of the study showed that there were statistically significant differences between the mean scores of the control group and the experimental group in the skills of digital storytelling, in favour of the experimental group. The results also showed that there was a high level of learning satisfaction among the female students to be learned using e-activities via learning management system Blackboard.
Key words: Educational Technology, eLearning, LMS, Educational Content Construction.