Social Networking Applications: A Comparative Analysis for a Collaborative Learning through Google Classroom and Zoom
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Procedia Computer Science
Recently, social network applications were developed intensively due to the increasing compaction and user demands. These applications provide different services to their users like learning, awareness, chatting with friends, sharing global news, etc. Simply, this work introduces the advantages of these software applications, specifically in the field of education during the COVID 19 spread. Google Classroom and Zoom meetings had gained the attention of many educational institutes for using them as a learning platform for students and educators. This research used two methodologies SWOT analysis and the information system success model of DeLone and McLean's updated to evaluate the effectiveness of these applications. SWOT analysis was performed for the Zoom meetings and google classroom, then evaluated their effectiveness. Likewise, DeLone and McLean's model was deployed for evaluation, an empirical survey was used and distributed in our college. The results were collected, analyzed, and studied using various statistical parameters. Practically, each application has its pros and cons. However, google classroom showed more functionality for the learning process than the Zoom application.
COVID 19, Google classroom, Zoom, Social networking applications, SWOT Analysis
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Abu Hilal, Tariq; Abu Hilal, Ala’; and Abu Hilal, Hasan, "Social Networking Applications: A Comparative Analysis for a Collaborative Learning through Google Classroom and Zoom" (2022). All Works. 5466.
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