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International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security ; 22(5):531-538, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1979861

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The purpose of this study is to evaluate learners' perceptions of using mobile devices for learning during COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia, with a particular focus on university students. Several educational institutions have set policies and procedures to adopt an e-learning environment by employing various potential methods for a smooth transition from classroom to online instruction to avoid disturbing the teaching and learning process. This study was conducted by implementing a survey method on 116 students to determine learners' perceptions of adopting mobile phones as a type of education. This survey found that the majority of university students have a favorable attitude toward m - learning. This study established that m-learning is exceptionally beneficial for remedying study gaps during this COVID-19 pandemic period. The findings will assist education decision-makers and educational establishments in incorporating m - learning technology throughout the system, in which social media could indeed significantly improve the teaching-learning activities. The results also suggest that M - learning may support learners in filling in study gaps during the COVID-19 disease outbreak timespan.

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Register Journal ; 15(1):109-125, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1897241

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The outbreak of COVID-19 has altered the way language instruction is executed. Vocabulary learning is an essential aspect of the language learning and teaching process that needs careful attention and consideration. Teaching vocabulary becomes more critical when learners cannot attend physical classes. The present study explores the impact of flashcards in learning vocabulary in an online context. The study adopted a quasi-experimental design to gather the data. The study was carried on two performed intact groups of intermediate-level learners. A vocabulary test was used to collect the data as pre and posttests. The intervention of the flashcards was continued for seven weeks. All the learners were informed about the process of the research. The result implies that the incorporation of flashcards impacted learners' vocabulary learning during online instruction. The data analysis asserts that flashcards have helped the experimental group to develop their vocabulary. The results indicate that flashcards are beneficial in the virtual learning environment.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning ; 17(8):4-17, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1847444

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Autonomous learning has been identified as an effective mechanism for learning. Its importance in learning has mainly been studied by placing its diverse elements and functions in supporting and encouraging learner autonomy. The outbreak of COVID-19 has signified its significance in the learning process. This study aims to investigate the learners' potential ability of the practices of autonomous learning during the implementation of E-learning. The research was carried out using a quantitative technique and a questionnaire design. An online questionnaire was used to collect data. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. The results of the data analysis suggested that the learners who took part in the research appeared to have a clear viewpoint on the potential ability of autonomous learning © 2022. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning.All Rights Reserved.

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European Journal of Educational Research ; 11(1):353-363, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1614315

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The outbreak of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has shaken the world, forcing countries to implement a state of emergency, including the education system. Students have been forced to remain in hostels or houses since they cannot get to university campuses. As a result of this predicament, university authorities have no option but to implement an online learning environment. Specifically, Saudi universities have faced numerous difficulties in bringing the online learning systems to continue the educational process. On the other hand, students faced difficulties to cope with such circumstances (complete online learning) without any preparation or backup plan. According to the findings of the literature research, students experienced difficulties that were difficult to overcome. The aim of this study was to determine the challenges that first-year students of the University faced. The present research got a total of 234 valid responses from the participants. The findings indicate that respondents were not fully prepared in this situation in terms of physical, environmental, and psychological readiness, with some variances in viewpoints depending on their gender and age. Respondents expressed concern about the effect of lockdown on their ability to perform well academically. In this study, the researchers found that switching suddenly to an all-online alternative cause significant obstacles for students. It was determined that the present blended learning model, which utilizes online learning to support face-to-face instruction, has encountered a critical challenge when it comes towards replacing it, particularly with underprepared learners. © 2022 The Author(s).

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Ijaz Arabi Journal of Arabic Learning ; 4(3):570-582, 2021.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1534990

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The outbreak of the Covid-19 compelled the education sector to teach remotely. This study attempts to investigate the translation strategies used by Arabic-speaking students in EFL Saudi during online learning. The study used a questionnaire to gather the data. The participants of the study were the 120 EFL learners who majored in English at the PSU. The participant's language is Arabic to find the Phenomenon of Arabic-English Translation of Foreign Language. SPSS was used to analyze the data. The findings are encouraging. And supportive for Arabic-English translation of Foreign Language classes in online teaching. Participants used numerous translation strategies during online learning. They expressed a wide range of opinions about translation to help them in the online learning environment. The outcome demonstrates that they feel one must be immersed in an English-speaking environment for some time before thinking fluently in English. The translation was the most often utilized tool by Saudi EFL students to learn English words and phrases, write, and read English during online learning. The translation had no negative impact on participants' EFL learning. Arabic-English Translation helped in the comprehension of the subject as it is lareners' mother tongue. Also, it is supported tremendously in EFL learning.

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Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge ; 19(4):S81-S88, 2020.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1107242

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The whole world is facing a big challenge to fight against COVID-19 as it is a novel disease, highly infectious and having no treatment yet. Traditional Unani medicine is reviewed with an aim to find some solution for this disease prevention, control and management. Unani medical literature is extensively reviewed and it is found that there are some presentations similar to this disease and management of those clinical syndromes could be applied in present scenario. Major symptoms like fever, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath and rhinorrhoea are reviewed from Unani medical text having similar aetiology and interlinked pathology. It is demonstrated that in cold & humid atmospheric conditions in persons having Fuzlat (waste) in their body, Nazla (fall) of Balghami Rutubaat (phlegmatic fluids) from head comes towards lungs, infected there resulting in Zatur Riya (pneumonia/pneumonitis) and Humma Mawazba (fever caused by abnormal humour Balgham) and /or Humma Mutbiqa (fever caused by abnormal humour Dam). The bad atmospheric condition favours spread of this infection to other people who come in contact with such patient. The detailed description of these Unani concepts & interpretation is given below.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies ; 15(2):4-17, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1097330

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The life of the common to the students have changed due to spread of COVID-19 9 all around the globe. All the educational institutions were also set to be functioned remotely following the global instructions to meet the challenges to combat the COVID-19. The of current inquiry is the explore the male and female learners on the use of mobile phones for Blackboard learn. The Study survey method to collect the data. 68 participants of the medical majors of the CFY formed the sample for the present study. The findings of the study indicate that learners preferred to use M-blackboard. The results also indicated that backboard which is a form of e-learning can be beneficial if it is used with the traditional classroom teaching to get the potential benefits of the software. © 2021

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