The study aimed to identify the reality of applying indicators of academic staff’s quality in Libyan universities. Furthermore, the study attempted to know the obstacles that prevent the application of it. Moreover, the study aimed to explore whether there is a difference in estimating the degree of importance of these obstacles according to: academic degree, academic qualification, and experience years. A descriptive and analytical research design was adopted. To answer the study questions, a questionnaire was developed and its validity and reliability were assured. The study sample (N=50) was drawn from academic staff at Tripoli University, Faculty of Arts. Results related to the first dimension showed that all indicators of this dimension were weak), which indicates a low availability of indicators to achieve the quality of the faculty academic members. With regard to the second dimension, the results showed that all indicators of this dimension were high, which indicates however, the level of availability of obstacles to the application of quality indicators for faculty members was high. The findings also indicated that there was no significant difference in estimating the degree of importance of obstacles to the application of quality indicators of faculty academic members according to: academic degree, academic qualification, and years of experience.
Keywords: Indicators, Quality, Acadimc Staff, Faculty of Arts, Libya.
http://dx. doi. org/10. 47832/2717-8293. 2-3.11