RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 2 Area: Education

168
Samiha Hanene KHOUADJIA
E-LEARNING AND RESEARCH PROFESSOR RIGHTS
 
light of the health conditions that the world is experiencing, investment in E-learning has become a necessity and priority to avoid the consequences and damages of the school education process in general and university education in particular. Some developed countries have realised the importance of this system years ago, so they provided the legal framework and invested in it financially in the face of the proven Ease of student comprehension and their acquisition of skills and knowledge in the information society. And in Algeria, this positive outlook is not shared by research professors, for several reasons, the most important of which is the lack of political will to make media and communication technology a lift of knowledge, and the lack of infrastructure for its success, accompanied by the absence of an appropriate legal framework to deter violations in the field of intellectual property rights, private life and personal information of the research professor Without neglecting the lack of university institutions readiness to invest in technological measures and encrypted platforms that protect the intellectual and personal rights of the research professor. Therefore, achieving the full benefit of e-learning requires coordinated efforts at all levels to achieve a balance between the rights of the researcher and demonstrate the difficulties faced by this system.

Keywords: E-Learning, Research Professor, Intellectual Property Rights, Personal Information, Private Life.

http://dx. doi. org/10. 47832/2717-8293. 2-3.3
 
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