Analysis of student attitude and their acceptance for e-Evaluation during (COVID-19): Implementation and Implications

Authors

Shakeel Ahmed, Ph.D. Scholar, Dr. Ahmad Shukri Mohd Noor, Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science at School of Informatics Applied Mathematics, University Malaysia Terengganu (UMT), Malaysia.

Dr. Wazir Zada Khan
Associate Professor, Department Computer Science at Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Dr. Mohamed Saad Eldin
Associate Professor, Department of Information technology and security at college of Computer Science, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia and Department Instructional Technology, Faculty of Education at the University of New Valley, Egypt.

Abstract

This research aimed to promote the electronic evaluation tools to tackle the pandemic implications (corona, COVID-19) and analyze the attitude and their academic acceptance at the level of female student’s in the department of computer science – faculty of computer science and information technology at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia. The students’ attitude towards e-assessment tolls has been measured and the main research sample consisted of 40 students’ experimental group. A survey is also conducted for assessment of the validity and reliability of research questions with the help of 50 students before implementation.