According to the National Center for Education Statistics NCES , the number of degree-granting higher education institutions offering distance education courses increased from 33 percent in to 44 percent in More specifically, the use of computer-based technologies has increased from 22 percent in to 60 percent in The purpose of this review is to examine the overall attitude of higher education faculty toward teaching via distance education. This review will also note factors that motivate and deter faculty participation in distance education, specifically in a web-based, online format. Information regarding attitudes and specific reasons for participation in distance education can provide insight to administrators attempting to build distance education programming while supporting faculty.
In more detail, this study reviews the literature on the integration of e-learning strategies into universities or schools due to difficulties with face-to-face learning caused by the coronavirus. The results of the review indicate that E-learning applications have proven to be very useful for learners and educators since they allow them to continue with their learning and teaching. However, some issues have emerged from the use of technology in institutions such as technical issues and a lack of training. Some recommendations will be provided in this paper. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.