This study aims to determine the relationship between teachers' skills to use information and communication technologies and their attitudes towards distance education. A relational survey model was used in the study with a sample consisting of 213 randomly selected teachers working in different types of school in Siirt in the 2019- 2020 academic year. In the research, "Scale for Determining Teachers' Levels of Information Technology Usage" and "Scale for Attitude towards Distance Education" were used as data collection tools. Data analysis was performed using the SPSS 22.0 package program. Arithmetic mean, independent groups t-test, and ANOVA were used for data analysis. According to the findings of the study, teachers' ICT usage levels were high while their attitudes towards distance education were at a moderate level. When the teachers' ICT usage skills were analysed according to variables including gender, marital status, and type of school, no significant difference was found, but a significant difference was found according to their years of seniority. When teachers' attitudes towards distance education were analysed, no significant difference was found according to gender, marital status, and seniority variables, but a significant difference was found according to type of school. Furthermore, a moderate and positive correlation was found between teachers' ICT usage skills and their attitudes towards distance
education and 10% of the change in teachers' attitudes towards distance education could be predicted by teachers' ICT usage skills.