Telafer University’s Experiment in E-learning as Vague Neutrosophic Experiment

Authors

  • Abdul-Aziz A. Aziz Telafer University, President of the University
  • Huda E. Khalid Telafer University, The Administration Assistant for the President of the Telafer University
  • Ahmed K. Essa Telafer University, Statistics Division, Telafer

Keywords:

E-Learning in Telafer University, Neutrosophic Theory, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Soft Sets, Comparison Matrix

Abstract

This paper is dedicated to studying the stages that Telafer University has gone through at using E-learning. The challenges of converting traditional learning (i.e. classical learning with realistic student attendance in their teaching programs) to E-learning over google classrooms. The efforts to maintain the quality teaching and their outcomes were a very ambiguous experiment that led the authors after more than two years for spreading the Covid-19 Pandemic to evaluate the University's performance using the most modern mathematical tools in uncertainty systems that called the Neutrosophic theory and logic. Finally, the flexibility of the neutrosophic mathematical methods has been applied to analyze the recorded issued data of E-learning in the University.

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Published

2022-02-16

How to Cite

A. Aziz, A.-A. ., Khalid, H. E. ., & Essa, A. K. . (2022). Telafer University’s Experiment in E-learning as Vague Neutrosophic Experiment. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 48, 100-108. Retrieved from http://fs.unm.edu/NSS2/index.php/111/article/view/2095