• Sahar Abbas Ibrahim Directorate of Baghdad Education Karkh III, Ministry of Education, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Hussein Hamed Khudair Directorate of Baghdad Education Karkh III, Ministry of Education, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Hamed Khudair Kazem Balad Technical Institute, Central Technical University., Baghdad, Iraq

The study aimed to review the experiences of others in e-learning from different universities in Iraq and countries around the world about facing the Covid-19 and how to face the crisis in the educational field and come up with positive outcomes to advance the educational reality. The researchers used an electronic questionnaire (Google Form) to collect information from (152) male and female students, the questionnaire included (15) questions about e-learning, and the positive answers supported the success of e-learning in getting out of the Covid-19 crisis with satisfactory positive results.


Education, E-Learning, Covid-19

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