The range of research undertaken in the area of the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in the teaching-learning process indicates the importance of the need for such a tool. Paradoxically, there is lack of emphasis on Islamic teachers and specifically female Islamic teachers. This study was conducted in 2017 using a range of quantitative methods and analysis involved 87 female participants who expressed their willingness to effectively use ICT in the teaching-learning process. This study which used the survey research design found that the female Islamic studies teachers had a positive attitude towards using technology in the class as well as their needs to implement such a practice. The study is significant for administrators in a segregated society like Saudi Arabia because it helps them to plug in the loopholes in the system.
Key words: Information and communications technology (ICT), teachers’ attitude, teachers’ needs.
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