Digital evaluation under the Corona pandemic as a moderating variable in the relationship between distance learning and academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education

Abstract

The present research aimed to reveal the relationship between the use of distance learning and academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education, as well as to reveal the impact of the use of digital evaluation under the Corona pandemic as a moderating variable in the relationship between the use of distance learning and academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education. In addition to identifying the difference between the use of distance learning and academic buoyancy according to student gender (male-female) among staff members in Rustaq college of education. The research sample consisted of (92) staff members in Rustaq college of education, were selected by a simple random way during the second semester (spring) 2019/2020. To achieve the research objectives, the researcher built the research tools (digital evaluation scale, distance learning scale, and academic buoyancy scale) and applied these scales after assuring their validity and reliability. And she used the Statistical Analysis Program SPSS.26, SMART PLS.3, and building modeling program. results were : there is a statistically significant positive relationship at (0.01) level of distance education and academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education, as well as There is a statistically significant positive effect at (0.01) level of digital evaluation in the academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education, otherwise, There is not a statistically significant effect of digital evaluation moderating variable in the relationship between distance learning and academic buoyancy among staff members in Rustaq college of education ,The relationship between distance learning and academic buoyancy varies according to gender (male - female) for the faculty staff male member .The researcher made recommendations, including: focusing on continuous training of staff members on the optimal use of technology and follow-up the extent of using distance learning activities under the Corona pandemic.