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Bahjat Shehab Hamad al- Jubouri
harith_abd2016@tu.edu.iq
Nahla Abbas Mohammed
harith_abd2016@tu.edu.iq

Abstract

        Keeping up with the flow of information is not limited to the process of collecting information only, but the possibility of processing this information in ways that ensure its use in achieving the desired educational goals and objectives. Integration is not limited to collecting and interpreting it only, but the possibility of generating more information and ideas that are employed in performing tasks and solving problems. Therefore, geography was very interested in the science of GIS. The study aims to reconsider the direction of cognitive integration (unity of knowledge) within universities, institutes and colleges, to improve the educational process as a pillar of individual and societal development for nations. Cognitive integration is the most effective mechanism in determining the fate of the nation, its present and its future, and it also aims to know the role of knowledge integration that took place in geography through geographic information systems. What is the role of knowledge integration in geography and geographic information systems at the University of Hail? The study used the descriptive and analytical statistical method and was accustomed to the primary data from a questionnaire and observation. The study assumed that cognitive integration has a role in the development of geography, and the use of GIS is a kind of integration that occurred for geography and that knowledge integration contributes to the service of society. One of the most important results of the study: the need to pay attention to knowledge integration in the field of humanities in general and the field of geography in particular, and that it contribute to the development of Saudi society in line with the vision of the Kingdom 2030 because of its effective role in Serving the present and future society. The study recommends adopting the idea of ​​knowledge integration in universities and institutes, and relying on colleges that combine with each other for the sake of science and community service.

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Hamad al- Jubouri, B. S., & Mohammed, N. A. (2022). Generative thinking skills and their Impact on Cognitive Integration in E and blended learning in the Field of Social Sciences. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 29(1, 3), 240–263. https://doi.org/10.25130/jtuh.29.1.3.2022.12
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