Title: Study of the Availability and Awareness of E-services in Higher Education in Libya

Year of Publication: March - 2014
Page Numbers: 26-38
Authors: Zainab A. lmabruk Abdelsadeq, Shaharudin Ismail, Zul Hilmi Abdullah
Conference Name: The Third International Conference on E-Learning and E-Technologies in Education (ICEEE2014)
- Malaysia


A survey was conducted to examine Libyan student's adoption and use of the national Libyan e - services in higher education. Accordingly, the findings obtained from the data analysis were discussed .The reliability test was confirmed a Cronbach’s alpha above (0.90). Findings from descriptive statistics showed that all the study factors were related strongly. This study concluded that the respondents reported high percent of ‘agree’ answers to the factors included in the study to examine the adoption of the e –services. Estimation of the demographic differences employing the Pearson chi-square test revealed that the e- services adopters in higher education in Libya differ significantly in terms of gender, professional background and education level and the correlation was very high between them. This study confirmed that a significant number of participants (84.1%) proved to be aware of e-government services. Only (42%) of participants' answers agreed that there is a necessity services introduced by e-government. Meanwhile, a significant number of the participants (603 of participants' answers) think that the e-government does not introduce a necessity service via its website.