Feedback Platform for Community Colleges: An Approach to Knowledge Excellence

  • Habib M. Fardoun
  • Abdullah Al-Malaise Al-Ghamdi
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 8531)


This proposal describes a feedback system based on a virtual platform between the cloister, which connects theoretical and practical imbalances taught for adapting them to new needs. This allows an increase in efficiency in the quality of teaching and that students get involved in improving their own training, by making the dynamism and interaction two fundamental pillars.

This feedback can improve the quality of academic material and facilitate students’ adaptation to their practical preparation and their incorporation into the workplace. This fact is complemented with the use of the feedback system by the technical department of the companies associated with training centers, which communicate to them their needs and improvement suggestions based on the needs that they experience.


community college education feedback e-learning adaptability 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Habib M. Fardoun
    • 1
  • Abdullah Al-Malaise Al-Ghamdi
    • 1
  1. 1.Information Systems DepartmentKing Abdulaziz University (KAU)JeddahSaudi Arabia

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