Investigating the Possibility of Improving the Current Educational System in Libya by Introducing an Online Learning Platform
Shembesh, Monir N Mohamed
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This research was carried to investigate a solution to the current lack of education in Libya. This can be achieved by researching a possible way of implementing an online learning platform, in this country. This will help in improving the education as well as the individuals’ skills and match them with a higher possibility of finding job opportunities in foreign countries. This research is following an Interpretive Quantitative approach, which enables the possibility of extracting a general opinion from the Libyan society. Analysing previous literature, allowed for the establishment of a clear survey that serves a purpose and answers specific questions. Valuable data was collected by publishing the questionnaires, which then provided a clear vision on how this platform should be implemented. 117 questionnaires provided a general idea about the validity of implementing online learning and how it can help education in Libya. 85% of the participants are currently studying in Libya and has expressed the lack of education that they are facing. 82% of the participants stated that they are in need to such platform to help them improve their studies and other individual skills. A problem that this project encountered was the internet speed in Libya, however, most participants are utilising internet speeds between 1Mbps and 3Mbps which solves the streaming issues that this platform may encounter in the future. The participants have also expressed their concerns about online payments, where only 61 of the participants has agreed to use online payment as a payment method and the rest preferred pre-paid points. In summary, this research studied one of the possible solutions to overcome the lack of education in Libya through implementing an online learning platform. The implementation can be accomplished if the above structure was followed but on a significantly higher scale.
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