Saudi Women and E-learning

@inproceedings{Alhareth2013SaudiWA,
  title={Saudi Women and E-learning},
  author={Yahya Al Alhareth and Neil McBride and Mike Leigh and Catherine Flick},
  year={2013}
}
Despite cultural and religious barriers to higher education for Saudi women [3], female enrolment in higher education has risen, with massive investment in the country's higher education system with specific provision for women [4]. There has been a rise from a mere seven universities about a decade ago, to thirty three universities including nine private, today [6]. However, opportunities are still limited because of the restrictions of access put upon women[1]. Women may not attend… CONTINUE READING

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