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Title: Learning from Home: Teachers’ and Students’ Attitudes towards E-Learning.
Other Titles: The Case of Second Year Students at English department, University of 8Mai 1945; Guelma
Keywords: E-learning, Attitudes, content-based courses, language-based courses
Issue Date: 2022
Abstract: E-learning presents an innovative shift in the field of learning in which it contributes to pursuing the education system by helping both students and teachers to achieve their academic goals. It was emerging as a prominent way and method of learning and teaching in educational institutions and organisations, primarily in the Algerian universities. It received widespread with the national crisis and pandemic of covid-19 and the emergency cases of physical distancing ; As universities have been forced to adopt remote teaching methods that are in line with safety rules on the one hand, and ensure the conduct of lessons and the completion of the academic courses on the other hand. This study initially aims at exploring the attitudes of both teachers and students towards the e-learning process and its strategies. The research also investigates the effect of both positive and negative attitudes towards teaching content-based courses and language-based courses online. Besides, the present work aims at extracting the influence of both teachers' and students' attitudes toward e-learning on educational attainment and students' achievements. The research methodology adopted in the current study is based on a descriptive approach that depends on a quantitative investigation tools. The obtained data were collected through a printed questionnaire administered to second-year license students and an online questionnaire conducted to teachers of the English Department of 8 Mai 1945, Guelma University. In fact, the research findings have confirmed the research hypothesis, and it is clearly founded that there is a valuable relationship between teachers' and learners' attitudes and the e-learning process in which learners' achievements and the success of the e-learning approaches are based directly on teachers' and students' attitudes.
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