HIGHER EDUCATION FACULTY STAFF EREADINESS IN INSTITUTIONS OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION IN JUBAIL
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International Journal of Advanced Information Technology (IJAIT) 8 (3): 1-13 (June 2018)

Critical analysis of technological skills deemed extremely important in the evaluation of faculty staff e- readiness. Research aims at assessing e-readiness of faculty staff in the affiliate institutions of the Royal Commission in Jubail, and to investigate whether their experience in using ICTs influences their judgement about using ICTs or not. Survey methodology facilitated through the use of questionnaires collected from 146 respondents. Analysis revealed that faculty staff judgement about using ICTs, their e- readiness and willingness to using ICTs are highly positive. Moreover, their experience in using ICTs did not significantly predict their judgement about ICTs. The result of this study provides valuable insights as it will enable policy-makers to prioritize interventions needed for transforming the Institutions of the Royal Commission in Jubail into an e-ready entity favourably placed to benefit from digital opportunities, as well as to develop and support factors that enhance strategies for adopting ICTs effectively
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