DEVELOPING ARABIC LANGUAGE LEARNING WEBSITES BASED ON SYSTEM USABILITY SCALE ANALYSIS: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
Arabic is one of the most widely used languages in the world. As in the past and present, it is expected to represent a critical role in educational operations and assignments. The aim of this study is to assess the websites for Arabic language learning based on multi criteria to support the learners. As well as to become a reference for teachers and learners to select a good quality websites for non-Arabic speakers. These criteria are to evaluate Arabic learning websites to be guidelines based on functionality, usability, and learning content to serve the language skills writing, reading, listening and speaking based on correct grammars. This study focuses on Arabic language learning websites to classify them based on quantitative and qualitative methods to distinguish among them. However, this study will not assess the computer systems for learning which is out of websites scope.
Arabic languages, websites, learning, usability, non-Arabic speakers