The study aims to integrate new information and communication technologies applied in pedagogical practice into university training. It consists of the implementation of distance learning devices via a platform and an interactive learning support (CD-Rom) for the benefit of students and also for secondary school teachers of Life and Earth Sciences, in the field of hydrogeology. These devices meet a great need among students and teachers in terms of training, and face the constraints (temporal, spatial and financial) that prevent them from attending a classroom training in this field. They provide distance training characterized by both communication and interaction, the use of mediatized teaching resources, relocation and autonomous management of training time. In this way, they solve the problem of absenteeism among _learners. This study presents the steps involved in the development of an E-Learning system, from the needs for study to its implementation and deployment. It makes it easy to deploy a system dedicated to online learning and collaborative work, because it corresponds perfectly to our needs (good communication and sharing of knowledge and know-how...).
Successful teaching of earth sciences, in particular the theory of plate tectonics, requires, among other things, a pedagogical change, which is the factor that almost all teachers do not yet take into account. These sciences are unfortunately presented by our teachers in a way that leaves them in the eyes of our students as a series of discoveries that is made in a random and simple way and away from any problem that gives birth to them.