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This study was aimed to reveal the attitudes of students who receive sports education at higher education level to e-learning and opinions of academicians who work in these institutions to e-learning by adopting a mixed method research. For the students who receive sports education, the scale, â€œAttitude to E - Learning Scale (AEL)â€ was implemented. The gathered data was analysed with parametric and non-parametric tests by using SPSS 22.0 package software. For the academicians who work in sports education institutions, face-to-face interviews were conducted. The analysis of the gathered data was conducted by using qualitative content analysis processes and the modeling of the inferred situation was done by using QSR NVIVO-10 software. In the analysis of the attitudes of students who receive sports education to e-learning, in the gender variable of the AEL scale, significant differences were detected between the Inclination to E-Learning (IEL) sub-scale and the gender, marital status and the studied department. In the correlation analysis, it was determined that the strongest relationship was between IEL and AEL scales and it was at a high-level. In the regression analysis, it was determined that the IEL sub-scale explains the 64% of the whole AEL scale.