Over the past few years, our lives have been deeply impacted by technological innovations. Educational programs have also integrated a technological method for learning. This new entity has been called electronic learning (E-learning).
At Mohammed VI University of Health and Sciences, students benefitted from the E-learning for quite a few years now, but the pandemic of Sars-CoV2 was an opportunity for our university to apply increased optimization in the use of the technological methods that we have to make it possible for staff to quickly and efficiently implement tools for adaptation to the circumstances of Sars-Cov2. These adaptations also assured the continuity of educational programs and formation for all of our students, the primary component of which was the adoption of emergency remote teaching.
The main aim of this review is to identify, evaluate and synthesize the best available evidence for the effectiveness of these internet-based E-learning programs on medicine students. The goal of this study is to aid us in improving the quality of our pedagogical approach globally and especially the E-learning program, not only for the duration of the pandemic period, but long into the future.
To assess the current situation of the E-learning program offered at Mohammed VI University of Health and Sciences, a cross-sectional survey was conducted involving professors. In this review we will report only the medical professors’ point of view about their own experiences with E-learning, the principal difficulties that they found and their individual learning needs.
This work permits us to identify the main constraints of teachers in E-learning as well as the difficulties in using computer tools during their lessons. However Most have benefited from the experience and the training provided as well as the support of the technical team but still prefer face-to-face learning. Paradoxically, they recommended E-learning. Therefore, teachers can engage more in the online learning process but need more computer training and support.
Bendari, Mounia; Delsa, Hanane; Guessous, Fadila; and Benchekroun, Said
"Medical professors’ perception of E-learning during Covid19 Period,"
Health Sciences: Vol. 4
, Article 9.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.56264/2658-865X.1088
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