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The study aimed to investigate the attitudes of faculty members at the University of Jordan towards using blended learning in teaching and its difficulties in light of the COVID19 pandemic. Due to the nature of the study, the study sample consists of 94 faculty members at the University of Jordan, numbering (94) teachers. A measure consisting of (52) items is prepared to measure the attitudes of faculty members at the University of Jordan towards the use of blended learning in teaching and its difficulties in light of the COVID19 pandemic, and the validity and reliability of the study instrument are verified as well. To answer the study questions, the arithmetic means and standard deviations of the study sample are calculated. The results show that the arithmetic means range between (4.15-4.46), where the item which states "The reality of employing the e-learning management system for blended learning courses" is ranked first with the highest arithmetic mean of (4.46), while the item which states "The reality of the e-learning management system for blended learning courses at the University of Jordan” is ranked last with an arithmetic mean of (4.15), and the arithmetic mean of the instrument as a whole was (4.35).
The study recommends holding training courses on modern applications for faculty members, proposing financial and moral incentives for those enrolled in these courses, providing rooms equipped with modern equipment, preparing them for the practice of blended learning, following them up by technical staff to address any sudden defects, linking the use of blended learning by faculty members with conditions for the promotion, and performance evaluation programs for faculty members at the university.
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