This article presents the first results of a survey conducted by means of a questionnaire addressed to further education teachers that was put online on April 14, 2020, almost four weeks after the closure of the universities. It is part of an interdisciplinary research project, associating educational sciences and information and communication sciences, dedicated to the work of teachers and students, from kindergarten to university during this unprecedented period. In this contribution, the 1,040 responses to the questionnaire document the way in which out-of-school teachers have endeavoured to implement distance education as a matter of urgency. The article highlights the impact of pre-existing (formal and informal) and heterogeneous digital uses on teaching practices during the “moment of confinement”.
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Martin, P., Gebeil, S., Filippi, P.-A., & Félix, C. (2021). Impact des usages numériques préexistants des enseignants du supérieur face à l’impératif de l’enseignement à distance en période de confinement. International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 18(1), 170-183. https://doi.org/10.18162/ritpu-2021-v18n1-15