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Towards E-Learning in Higher Education in Libya

Amal Rhema, Iwona Miliszewska
2010 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
This paper presents the higher education context in Libya and outlines the applications of ICT and e-learning in Libyan higher education to date.  ...  The paper also outlines the prospects for the integration of e-learning into Libyan higher education and concludes with proposing an integrated approach to advancing the introduction of e-learning in Libya  ...  This support also opens the door for the partner community and encourages investment in Libya.  ... 
doi:10.28945/1218 fatcat:2zp54r6zgvajnhcaoyet2r4nc4

Impact of corona virus crisis management among Libyan population

Hatem Abdelgader Khpiza
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
In Libya, there have been little research on the influence of immigrants and military conflict on the spread of infectious diseases.  ...  Exploratory scenarios can provide scientific strategic advice to policy processes in this state of basic ambiguity, allowing them to be better prepared.  ...  They found the concept of digital inequity and digital ethics are still very limited, underrated, and unclear in some countries as Libya.  ... 
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns5.9749 fatcat:53uaj6wqf5fwxadijudvx4awpa

The Impact of COVID-19 on Users' Visit to the Shopping Centers in Libya

Hafith Mohammed Sulayman Almansouri, Kastamonu Üniversitesi, Mehmet Çetin
2021 Scientific Research Communications  
Through the performed questionnaire on the residents of Dernah, Libya, it was found that they depend on cars as a main mean of transportation.  ...  Reformations in the world's economic system and changes in human precautions and behaviors are expected to influence several other aspects directly and indirectly.  ...  Acknowledgments As the corresponding author I am studying my Ph.D. at Kastamonu University. This study conducted in Dernah, Libya. Thank you for supporting to the residence of Dernah, Libya.  ... 
doi:10.52460/src.2021.005 fatcat:2pkwrn37hzbb5e57xvcpgnkhwy

Understanding the risk and protective factors associated with obesity amongst Libyan adults - a qualitative study

H. Lemamsha, C. Papadopoulos, G. Randhawa
2018 BMC Public Health  
Despite obesity reaching epidemic proportions in Libya, since the discovery of oil in 1959, there is a lack of information about obesity in Libyan adults.  ...  Our findings have implications for Libyan health policy and highlight the urgent need for action towards mitigating against the obesity epidemic in Libya.  ...  Funding The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Libya, Omar Al-Mukhtar University in Al-Bayda, Libya and the Regional Health Ministry in Benghazi, Libya provided funding for the study  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-018-5411-z pmid:29653525 pmcid:PMC5899402 fatcat:pqnhnaz5nrgqnowtcugjsww6gm

New Evidence on the HIV Epidemic in Libya

Lusine Mirzoyan, Sima Berendes, Caroline Jeffery, Joanna Thomson, Hussain Ben Othman, Leon Danon, Abdullah A. Turki, Rabea Saffialden, Joseph J. Valadez
2013 Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes  
Libya had one of the world's largest nosocomial HIV outbreaks in the late 1990s leading to the detention of 6 foreign medical workers.  ...  Conclusions: In this first biobehavioral survey among PWID in Libya, we detected one of the highest (or even the highest) levels of HIV infection worldwide in the absence of a comprehensive harm-reduction  ...  Tripoli, and the data management teams at the NCDC in Tripoli and at LSTM.  ... 
doi:10.1097/qai.0b013e318284714a pmid:23337363 fatcat:los6aul525adzgntk47zomyx7a

Exploratory study of the attitudes of academic staff in Libyan Universities towards the role of the Internet

Abdussalam Elzawi, Steve Wade, Thuraya Kenan, Crinela Pislaru
2013 2013 IEEE Third International Conference on Information Science and Technology (ICIST)  
in Libya over the next few years.  ...  This study has been directed to disclose the attitudes of academic staff in Libyan universities towards Internet-based learning and training.  ...  The proliferation of digital technology because majority of people are using computers and social media channels to communicate with each other. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icist.2013.6747597 fatcat:pddtdryrcje3dk7ftqottqupuy

Exploratory study of the attitudes of academic staff in Libyan Universities towards the role of the Internet

Abdussalam Elzawi, Steve Wade, Thuraya Kenan, Crinela Pislaru
2013 8th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST-2013)  
in Libya over the next few years.  ...  This study has been directed to disclose the attitudes of academic staff in Libyan universities towards Internet-based learning and training.  ...  The proliferation of digital technology because majority of people are using computers and social media channels to communicate with each other. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icitst.2013.6750248 dblp:conf/icitst/ElzawiWKP13 fatcat:vivz4xoxerf33przpoyneemxim

Third molar maturity index by measurements of open apices in a Libyan sample of living subjects

Ashref Ali Khalifa Dardouri, Roberto Cameriere, Stefano De Luca, Stefano Vanin
2016 Forensic Science International  
In addition, as the age of legal majority ranges from 14 to 18 in many countries, and in Libya it is 18 years, radiographic assessment of the degree of third molar development is essential for forensic  ...  Digital panoramic radiographs of 307 healthy subjects (163 girls, 144 boys), aged between 14 and 22, were analysed.  ...  The age of each individual was reported as communicated by the patient in years.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2016.07.020 pmid:27622753 fatcat:qjkl3vliyjet7ddmqbt6plql4a

A Study on the Impact of ICT on Collaborative Learning Processes in Libyan Higher Education

Thuraya Kenan, Abdussalam Elzawi, Crinela Pislaru, Maysoun Restoum
2014 Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transaction  
The influence of limited Internet bandwidths in Libya on collaborative learning processes in HE is then presented.  ...  digitalized, networked and knowledge-based society.  ...  The majority of the participants who studied in the UK (more than 40%) belonged to a group aged (46-55), while the majority of those who worked in Libya (approximately 65%) belonged to a group aged (36  ... 
doi:10.20533/jitst.2046.3723.2014.0028 fatcat:ofqv2s7rffdhhotmh6fvzfggse

Libyan PR Participants' Perceptions of and Motivations for Studying PR in Libya

Mokhtar Elareshi, Ayman Bajnaid
2019 Romanian Journal of Communications and Public Relations  
Based on the assumption that PR continues to play a vital role in communities and businesses, it is important to reconsider and evaluate its practices regularly, especially in terms of teaching and skills  ...  Public relations in Libya is very much a new phenomenon, even compared with other Arab countries, although there are PR practices growing in tandem with some large local businesses and organisations.  ...  is a need to understand PR in the digital revolution, including the Libyan system.  ... 
doi:10.21018/rjcpr.2019.2.275 fatcat:cdiiz6eh6bbj3fixvakz6ksjcy

Digital Communication and the Pro-Democracy Movement in the Arab World: Role, Significance and Outcomes

2011 Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (in Asia)  
It is a reform movement on the march that was first started in Tunisia, which moved to Egypt, and then swept across the region to include Yemen, Bahrain, Libya and Syria.  ...  Activists in the rest of the Arab world such as Algeria, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Saudi Arabia, were also inspired by the revolts and calls for reform which had been sweeping the Arab world.  ...  Digital Communication Instruments: Role, Contribution, Drawback Those who have been following the turmoil that has been sweeping the Arab world will notice that digital communication The New York Times  ... 
doi:10.1080/19370679.2011.12023189 fatcat:5o4g725zdbc3vmnvjxj3jyxisi


J. L. Myres, David Randall-MacIver, Anthony Wilkin
1901 Man  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  by the Early Bronze Age pottery of Sicily.  ...  Turning now to the question of community of race, the authors have a sufficiently decisive answer.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2839367 fatcat:5pvzkquz6vg2flcczadsozbqmy

Arabic Information Resources in Malappuram District of Kerala: Need for Bibliographic Control

K. Sareef, K.C. Abdul Majeed
2017 IRA International Journal of Education and Multidisciplinary Studies  
Today information resources in Arabic Language are very much useful to the researchers and community of the world.  ...  It includes manuscripts, copper plates and digital resources. It should be bibliographically controlled, digitized and preserved for the benefit of future generation.  ...  Some documents only be reproduced with the help of digitization. The Arabic Language Technology and Information and Communication Technology will extend their help in doing the task.  ... 
doi:10.21013/jems.v5.n3.p10 fatcat:hbfchflcindppk2f2dx4y6ondq

Women, Globalization and Civil Society in the MENA Area: Between Marginalization and Radicalization

Leila Simona Talani
2017 Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies  
This article analyses the condition of women in the MENA area in the light of the challenges faced by those countries within the context of globalisation.  ...  It will argue that, if the position of the MENA countries in the global political economy is increasingly marginalised, this is even truer for women, who are left behind in the process of up-skilling necessary  ...  In particular, scholars refer to the current phase as the early stages of the fifth Kondratiev wave (K-wave); a digital, information and communication technology one 9 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/19448953.2017.1296258 fatcat:hfhp6zp4mvai7bjibl565mahr4


Ali Ismail Ali Algnaidi, Arun Kumar Tarofder, S. M. Ferdous Azam
2021 Psychology (Savannah, Ga.)  
The aim of this paper is to evaluate customer satisfaction in the banking sector of Libya, based on e-marketing.  ...  The questionnaire was distributed to a sample of 150 bank customers in Misurata, Libya.  ...  This is especially valid in Libya, a developing nation where there is a lack of structure in the banking community (Ramadan & Aita, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.17762/pae.v58i1.1140 fatcat:hcfpttkgbfhv3gvo5cio7yoqha
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