The Role of Adequate Computer Information System Resources used at the Library Organizations in Enhancing Motivation to Learn among Accounting Students in the Jordanian Universities

Akif Lutfi Al-Khasawneh, Atallah Ahmad Al Hosban, Hamdan Rasheed Al-Jammal


The present study sought to identify the adequacy level of computer information system resources used at library organizations in the Jordanian university and exploring the part they take in enhancing motivation to learn among students. Further, the study intends to identify variant roles of the adequate computer information system resources used at library organization in enhancing motivation to learn among students by gender and proprietorship of a university. Questionnaire was primarily used as data collection instrument, and processed using the Statistical Program for Social Sciences (SPSS). Sample (N=1911) was randomly selected representing 30% of population. Major results included that:

  1. Adequate computer information system resources available at campus libraries enhance motivation to learn, curiosity to research, and increase loyalty to the library among students.
  2. Poorly skilled personnel working in the field of computer information systems at the Jordanian libraries.
  3. Low adequacy level of computer information system resources available in campus libraries at the Jordanian universities and there is a need for development and improvement of the service delivered.
  4. Lag of library administrators at the Jordanian university in troubleshooting faults and interruptions occurring to computer information system resources.
  5. Libraries under study lack networking facility or online communications with students

Keywords: Adequacy of Computer Information System Resources, Enhancing Motivation to Learn, Informational and Libraries organizations.

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