L’université tunisienne à l’ère du numérique : état des lieux et perspectives didactiques
GHRISS, NAJOUA; Virtual University of Tunis, Tunisia
NACEUR, ABDELMAJID; Virtual University of Tunis, Tunisia
MESSOUSSI, LAMJED; University of Patras
Diverse program of formation were proposed by the Tunisian universities. The official texts insist on the fundamental objective “of mastering of the new technologies and their adaptation to the national data”. The development of these technologies was made, during these last two decades, with high speed, to the point that our everyday life upset by the arrival of information technologies and communication (ICT). Certain questions remain however composed: what about the number of students in program bound to the ICT today? Did universities make a success of their objective of training? What impact of the digital technology on the university and which didactic approach to set up, in front of these new tools? What becomes of the teaching profession in the digital age, especially since teaching is a dynamic and complex process? What is the role of digital in evaluation in our training today? This study tries to light on questions asked through the analysis of the current situation of the digital technology in program to the Tunisian university, During these last few years, in linking with the innovate didactic approaches.
Learning, digital technology, complexity, ICT, interdisciplinarity, didactic approach