The present study aims to design an e-book based on Web 2.0 applications: Wiki editors, Video casting and Rich Site Summary (RSS). It identifies the criteria for the proposed e-book and its impact on developing the skills of designing and utilizing Cloud Data. The sample consisted of (60) students divided into two groups: the control group (25) and the experimental group (25), and (10) students for pilot study. The results identified the principles for designing an e-book based on Web 2.0 applications. There were statistically significant differences at the level of (0.05) between the mean scores of the participants in the pre- and post-test for the skill performance observation card. There were statistically significant differences at (0.05) between the mean scores of the participants in the pre- and post-cognitive skills test. The results also indicated that the e-book based on Web 2.0 applications effectively achieved more than (1.2%) gain ratio.
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