The effect of electronic learning strategy on the quality of educational service from the economic point of view: the case of Iraq

Economic Annals-ХХI: Volume 188, Issue 3-4, Pages: 39-46

Citation information:
Al-Najar, D. M. M. (2021). The effect of electronic learning strategy on the quality of educational service from the economic point of view: the case of Iraq. Economic Annals-XXI, 188(3-4), 39-46. doi: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V188-05


Dijla Mahdi Mahmood Al-Najar
MA (Economics), MBA, Assistant Professor,
Technical Institute Kut,
Middle Technical University
Central Str., Kut, 52001, Iraq
dijlaalnajar231956@gmail.com
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2730-463X

The effect of electronic learning strategy on the quality of educational service from the economic point of view: the case of Iraq

Abstract. The massive technological revolution of communication and information imposes a need to adopt new strategies based on methodological foundations that are compatible with contemporary technologies, where the use of technology in economy has become an urgent necessity, since traditional economy is no longer suitable for the new generation. The purpose of the research was to answer the following question: what is the effect of the e-learning strategy on the quality of educational services of technical institutes in Iraq? In order to conduct the research, the author applied the descriptive analytical method. The relevant data were obtained from 60 students of the accounting department of Kut Technical Institute. The variables studied are the department management quality, the professor quality and the curriculum quality.

The author of the research has made a number of conclusions, including the proof of the presence of a statistically significant effect of e-learning on the quality of educational services. The research stresses the need to raise awareness of the importance of e-learning among students and its positive impact on achieving the quality of services in education.

Keywords: E-Learning Strategy; Digital Technology; Quality of Services

JEL Classifications: A10; L15; I24

Acknowledgements and Funding: The author received no direct funding for this research.

Contribution: The author contributed personally to this work. Data Availability Statement: The dataset is available from the author upon request.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V188-05

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Received 1.03.2021
Received in revised form 20.03.2021
Accepted 31.03.2021
Available online 10.05.2021