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A FRAMEWORK FOR ACCEPTANCE OF E-ASSESSMENT BY STUDENTS IN SAUDI ARABIAN UNIVERSITIES

@inproceedings{Alangari2017AFF,
  title={A FRAMEWORK FOR ACCEPTANCE OF E-ASSESSMENT BY STUDENTS IN SAUDI ARABIAN UNIVERSITIES},
  author={Someah Alangari and Gary B. Wills and Mike Wald},
  year={2017}
}
Assessment is a very important part of the learning process. With the increase of using information technologies in higher education, the need of adopting E-assessment is rising. E-assessment which uses several technologies to assess students provides many benefits for educational organizations, staff and students compared to paper based assessment. Understanding students' attitudes towards E-assessment plays a key role in the success and acceptance of E-assessment systems. In fact, a number of… 
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