Kurdish Studies

ISSN: 2051-4883 | e-ISSN: 2051-4891
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Effectiveness of Multimedia Technology on Student Supervision During Covid-19 Pandemics in Middle East University

Firas Tayseer Mohammad Ayasrah
College of Education, Humanities and Science Al Ain University Al Ain, UAE
Hanan Nassar Aljermawi
Educational college Taibah University Saudi Arabia
Keywords: Effectiveness, Multimedia Technology, Student, Supervision, Covid-19, and Middle East University.


The COVID-19 pandemic problem has impacted traditional methods of education and assessment. Students often take examinations and quizzes at home, where they have ready access to a plethora of unregulated materials should monitoring be inadequate. This article gives a comprehensive overview of the resources accessible to educators for efficient monitoring of student engagement in online learning environments. The use of animation, videos, music, tests, etc. is just a few examples of the interactive learning technologies discussed in this article. To ensure fair and accurate online assessment, the paper also suggests online supervision techniques like visual tracking behaviour and eye-tracking, which provide a method for validating students' hands-on experience with lab equipment in a dedicated network laboratory using remote access.

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