Assessing Moroccan University Students’ E-learning Readiness: What Results to Expect for the Educational Measures Taken during the Pandemic
Author: Dr. Hind BRIGUI |Pages: 14-24|

Abstract: E-learning readiness is an important part of distance education as it is related to the success of e-learning initiatives. As e-learning gains popularity in many Colleges and Universities worldwide, especially during this pandemic time, the evaluation of e-learning readiness is critical for the successful implementation of e-learning as a platform for various learning environments. Policy makers and institution authorities must be aware of the degree of e-readiness of any given population to design and implement efficient e-learning programs, and since students are one of the key elements during the implementation of e-learning systems, having an idea about their readiness and acceptance of e-learning is the first element to account for. This paper reports on a study that was carried out to determine the e-readiness of the English Studies’ department students at different Moroccan universities. A 32-item e-learning readiness questionnaire adopted from Akaslan and Law (2011) was used. The results show that Moroccan EFL university students are ready for e-learning, though not with a striking high level, which is a good indicator of successful e-learning. Still, there are other rudiments that should be considered for better results.


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