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Accepted Paper:

Use of e-learning in developing countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: an analysis of women's participation in Cameroon  
MENGUE CHARLY (University of Yaounde 2-Cameroon)

Long abstract:

The objective of this work is to analyze the determinants of women’s participation in the use of e-learning in Cameroon. The methodology implemented uses data from the survey on the practice of new digital media carried out in Cameroon in 2021 by the Center for Research Studies in Economics and Management (Cereg) with the technical support of the National Institute of Statistics (Ins). The results of the estimates carried out on the basis of the dichotomous Logit model and deepened by the Heckman regression show that there is a positive and significant relationship between the use of e-learning by women and the Francophone and Anglophone education subsystems with probabilities increasing by 11.59% and 7.81% respectively. This would testify to the acceptance of e-learning technology by Women in these two educational subsystems. This is how the use of e-learning has a positive effect on obtaining a higher education diploma with an increase in the probability of 2.4%. However, there is no link between the use of e-learning and obtaining a primary diploma and a secondary diploma. This would justify the inadequacy of policies related to the use of e-learning to improve success or even school performance in these educational subsystems.

Traditional Open Panel P013
Social innovation: forms, evidence, and perspectives
  Session 1 Wednesday 17 July, 2024, -