Keywords : virtual universities


The importance of electronic education between the requirements of the times and the mandatory impact of crises

HAGAIN Faouzia; ARIBI Imani

Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science, 2021, Volume 2, Issue special issue, Pages 401-410

Looking to the increasing interest in the necessity of directing the activities of universities towards the principles of digitization as part of their endeavors to keeping upwith technological development, Parallerllywith new trends in support of distance education andmore precisely digital education, considering the latter one of the most important forms of distance education, the work of the principles of e-learning has become in a location whose importance lies In a mixture between the necessity of being and working with it in light of the information revolution and the era of information and communication technology,And among the developments of circumstances, even if they make this resort to this type of education in a circumstantial way, is still no less important than the aforementioned positioning . The Corona pandemic, with its circumstance, made distance education in general and digital education in particularappear evident in its importance and shows its harbored Privileges and benefitsIn light of that, this study aimed to shed light on the role that digital education plays in general and in the crises (Covid-19) in particular.And extend the horizon of work with this type of education and expand its inclusion, by demonstrating the effective role that this type of education has played by taking models that have been taken it as a way and a pillar of its basic pillars of education, and have included it in the pattern of providing their services, whether in whole or in part.Based on the foregoing, the importance isformulated in the obligatory conditions and the reality of an erawithduality of urgencythat made updating the topichaving the importance that in turnprompted the compulsion to delveinto the topic more.Three models were dealt with (Madinah Arab University in Malaysia, the Syrian Virtual University, and the HIS-Higher Institute of Sciences. In Algeria) it use distance education and e-learning; To make things closer to reality, the inductive method was used for analysis and conclusion, and the results indicate that these universities adopted distance education on one hand, and in light of crises on the other hand, as they support e-learning through the means of digital education, in order to attract students and researchers As well as its ability to create value at high levels in a manner compatible with the foundations of digital education on the one hand and the requirements of crises on the other hand.