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Educ Strategy Med Sci 2018, 11(1): 157-171 Back to browse issues page
The Explanation of the Components of the E-Learning System and its Relationship with the Satisfaction of Faculty Members in Payame Noor University
Zohreh Esmaeili 1, Mehran Farajollahi 1, Bahman Saeedipour 1, Hemmtollah Taheri Otaghsara Seyed 2
1- Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran
2- Department of Planning for Distance Education, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran , taheri.1348@yahoo.com
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Introduction: The purpose of this study is to explain the components of the e-learning system and its relationship with the teachers' satisfaction in order to continue using the e-learning system in Payame Noor University
Methods: The purpose of this research is applied and in terms of the method of collecting survey information and in terms of nature and method, is a correlation type. The statistical population consisted of all professors of Payame Noor University who had an e-learning experience of at least one half year According to the Morgan table, the number of samples was 357 and the subjects were selected using multi-stage cluster sampling method. The data gathering tool was a questionnaire of e-learning system features and part of the questionnaire by Ming et al. (2011). The research data were analyzed using structural equation models.
Results: The results of measurement squared multiple correlation (R2) has shown that the observed variables in the variable characteristics of the e-learning system, the technical quality of system variables (R2 = 0.45) and the security and quality of service system both with (R2 = 0.24) as trusted (Payatryn) indices measure the characteristics of the e-learning system. The satisfaction variables of the system, the tendency to continue to use and the features of the system are calculated to be 0.87, 0.92, and 0.71, respectively. Therefore, we see that the combined reliability values for all the latent model variables were greater than 0.6. In the study of the fitting of the structural part of the model, the study of the significance of the parameters of the communication paths of the latent variables showed that the direct effect of the technical quality of the system variable on the satisfaction of the system (t-value = 23.4) and the willingness to continue applying the system 17.2 = t-value) is meaningful. In the implementation of the structural equation model, the output of the software indicates that the fitted structural model is fitted, and the hypothesized model presented in this study has a RMSEA of 0.84 and a kay scavenger of 51.3 which indicates that the model of fit is good.
Conclusions: Educational systems based on information technology have become an important part of the human education process. Traditional teaching methods are less supported by digital content and multimedia presentation methods. And today there are many electronic and e-learning systems that use information and communication technology to teach and teach.
Keywords: Electronic Teaching System Components, Teachers Satisfaction, E-Learning System, Payame Noor University
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Research in Medical Science Education
Received: 2018/01/3 | Accepted: 2018/04/17 | Published: 2018/04/23
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Esmaeili Z, Farajollahi M, Saeedipour B, Taheri Otaghsara H. The Explanation of the Components of the E-Learning System and its Relationship with the Satisfaction of Faculty Members in Payame Noor University. Educ Strategy Med Sci. 2018; 11 (1) :157-171
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