Abstract The object of this study is to examine whether Computer Education and Instructional Technologies (CEIT) students’ views differentiate according to the mode of course delivery: face-to-face or e-learning. As a sample, four CEIT students getting courses with e-learning and seven CEIT students getting courses with face-to-face mode are chosen. As a data collection tool interview questions are prepared by researchers. Data is analyzed in two dimensions: students’ views about the process and result of e-learning and face-to-face learning from the perspective of right to education. When students’ views are analyzed, it is understood that e-learning mode has more disadvantages than advantages for both groups because of the lack of substructure.