: The COVID-19 has resulted in schools shut all across the planet. Globally, over 2.1 million Jordanian kids are out of the schoolroom. As a result, education has modified dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms. analysis suggests that on-line learning has been shown to extend retention of data, and take less time, that means the changes coronavirus have caused could be here to remain, there are, however, challenges to beat. Some students while not reliable net access and/or technology struggle to participate in digital learning this gap is seen across Jordan and between financial gain brackets inside it. during this analysis we have a tendency to study the result of e-learning on Jordanian academics, by questioners disclosed that academics aren't pleased with e-learning, due to many reasons, and disadvantages..