|dc.description.abstract||The Algerian university now seeks to adopt the means and methods of modern education, such as
the e-Learning. This study attempts to shed light on the applications of Internet in the
development of e-learning, and its integration in the sector of higher education and scientific
research. It is in this light that comes the statement of the problem:.
To what extent can the Algerian university adopt the e-learning? And with its adoption in parallel
with the traditional model, will it be possible to solve problems?
Therefore, some sub-questions may be asked:
Is the Algeria University in a good position to respond to the increase of the students
number and has it enough financial and educational resources that meet the student‟s
expectations, and social development?
Does the Algeria University possess the NTIC potentials, which have become
particularly outstanding in higher education?
Does the potential of internet and ICT applications encourage the Algerian university
to adopt the e-Learning in spite of the obstacles?
Have the countries experiences in the field of e-Learning have contributed to
overcoming the difficulties encountered by the universities?
To answer these questions, the study adopts a descriptive approach leading a survey and
using questionnaires as measuring tools administered to e-learning teachers and cell
leaders. The following aspects have been covered by our survey:
E-Learning to meet higher education area challenges.
Information availability, Internet, and people‟s learning desire push the integration of
e-learning at the university.
The quality of higher education and scientific research is consistent with the ICT
integration and modern education.
E –learning implementation as distance learning.
E-learning cellule‟s role in the e-Learning Ministry project .
The study concluded to the results proving the availability of majority of teachers to
integrate the e-learning, with less attention to the e-learning project, from the part of the
ministry. That led to technical and human obstacle faced by our population of study.||