Abstract—The general problem in which our research fits is
about the innovation in the teaching practices at the University.
This study is rooted in the context of the establishment of higher education, the ISET (Higher Institute of Technological Studies) of Kairouan (Tunisia), through actions of integration of the HP-life platform in a program of e-learning in the teaching of various modules.
This integration implicates the study of its performance in the light of the involved actors, namely the learners (students).
The first part of this article exposes the state of the art of the evolution of the digital and remote education in the university, as well as on the emergence of the Generation Y. The second part presents the case of the ISET of Kairouan through the results of a questionnaire, administered to 120 students, to the answers on their own use of the Platform of e-learning HP-life.
Index Terms—E-Learning, generation Y, learning, higher education, HP-life platform.
Sahbi Dkhili is with the Institut supérieur des études technologiques de Kairouan, Tunisia (e-mail: email@example.com).
Boujdaria Mohamed Mahdi was with Institut supérieur des études technologiques de Kairouan, Tunisia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Dkhili Sahbi and Boujdaria Mohamed Mahdi, "Generation Y and e-Learning: Study of the Impact of the Integration of the HP-Life Platform in Higher Education," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 186-193, 2018.