E-readiness of Engineering students in Morocco: students at Mohammadia school of engineers- Rabat as a case study.
Keywords:: e-readiness, technology, online education, independent learning.
In a fast-changing world, technology is invading every sector of life. Technology has implications in literally every domain: economy, governance, communication…etc. Education, as well, can benefit from the various advantages of ICT and online education. However, the latter is a unique form of education that requires human, pedagogical and infrastructural preparations. Scholars confirm that students must be e-ready in order to benefit from online education. e-readiness implies having pre-requisite skills and competencies of online education. This study sheds light on the e-readiness of students at Mohammedia school of engineers in Rabat following the framework of Hung et al (2010). It investigates the preparedness of students for online education by analyzing their’ attitudes, learning style, technical skills and motivation. This is a quantitative study that collects data with a questionnaire from 114 students. The result reveals that students at Mohammedia schools of engineers have a moderate level of e-readiness.
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