Hamad Khamees R B Albuainain and Pilsung Choe, Qatar University College of Engineering, Qatar
The growing new market for online-learning has been marked by increased technology development in virtual reality and influenced by emotional intelligence. The growing interest in new technology research and implementation has further been exacerbated by the development of new challenges that force educational institutions to close globally. Online-learning has proven its success throughout the past years on many different aspects and situations. However, as applies to Qatar, there is a paucity of studies that have examined the user experience with online-learning between instructor and students. So this paper aims to focus improving user experience with online-learning using analytical comparisons between instructor and students.In the light of limited studies on the topic, there was a need to undertake this review and explore the topic in efforts to create new insights on user experience with online-learning in Qatar, while exploring their process efficiency. As such, this study adds to the extant literature updated information on online-learning in Qatar while informing future academic and practitioner discourse on the topic that has received limited scholarly interest within Qatar in the last decade, despite the growing demand for online-learning in the global market.