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Mr Habib Ahmadi,
Volume 2, Issue 31 (2-2016)

The present study covered the conformity barriers of virtual technologies in higher education. It was a qualitative research and population composed of the masters in Kordistan university. The instrument was a semi-structured questionnaire and analyzed based on ground theory through NVIVO software. The most significant conditional causes for interaction were masters' imposed and authoritarian  teaching method,  taking teaching easy in higher education, believing to presence and of cognition learning entity, masters' dualist attitude towards educational evaluation, and  physical environments. In general, the masters own a traditional attitude based on behaviorism learning theory in different aspects of teaching, evaluation, educational resources, and interaction. They did not consider virtual education as a complete and standard teaching method but a complementary instrument to recover present education.  

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Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The purpose of this study was to provide a model for empowering teachers in the field of virtual education during the Corona era Friday included 400 primary school teachers in Khorramabad city in the academic year of 1399-1400. The data collection tool was semi-structured and questionnaire The targeted sampling method was used to select the first and March of snowball to choose other people Based on theoretical saturation with 26 of the teachers interviewed Then, according to the Morgan table, 196 people were determined as an example and a relative stratified sampling method was used to collect data From the field theory and paradigm model for analyzing qualitative data and using Pls 2 software, structural equations were used for quantitative analysis of data The results showed that empowerment in the field of virtual education is subject to three categories of organizational factors of information and communication technology  incentive and regulatory policies, Factors related to teacher(Digital literacy of educational, content is the ability to teach, psychological characteristics) And the student's agents(The psychological characteristics , digital literacy and social status). The results indicated the optimal fit to the model. The analysis of structural equations showed that the organizational factors in the teacher and students' factors have the greatest impact on the empowerment of teachers in the field of virtual education, respectively.
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Volume 10, Issue 44 (4-2022)

The aim of the present research is to analyze various aspects of virtual education and learning in Shad Application from a post-phenomenological perspective. For this purpose, the post- phenomenological method has been used to determine the Amplification and Reduction of education in Shad. The results show that educating in Shad, despite some advantages, such as more freedom and easier access at different times and places, can lead to specific experiences and behaviors different from face-to-face education. Virtual education can lead to reduced-complete-perception, presented as the optimal grip in this research. The type of relationship between teacher and students and among students are completely changed and reduced. Some undesirable behaviors such as secrecy, irresponsibility, and undermining social education are some examples. Also, due to the Multistbility of the mobile phone, the probability of distraction and sharing attention increase. Due to its non-educational structure, mobile phone motivates non-educational behaviors in students

Raheleh Jalalniya,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

Virtual education was quickly used in the country's universities during the Corona era, and there are doubts about its quality. In this study, the evaluation model of virtual education in higher education during the corona epidemic has been presented. The current study is an applied-developmental study in terms of its purpose, and it is a cross-sectional survey research in terms of the method and time frame of data collection. Semi-structured interview and ISM questionnaire were used to collect data. The community of participants of this research includes faculty members and administrators of Tehran University of Management. Sampling continued with a purposeful method until theoretical saturation was reached, and 17 professors and managers participated in it. In order to analyze the data obtained from the interview, the method of qualitative analysis of the theme was used and the dimensions and evaluation components of virtual education in higher education were identified. In the following, the structural-interpretive method was used to determine the relationships and design the final model. Based on the results of qualitative analysis, 13 main themes and 71 sub-themes were identified. The findings show that the planning and support of virtual education affect the quality of information, system and hardware platforms of virtual education. These factors affect teacher-learner interaction, cooperative education and educational interaction and further empower professors and students. In the shadow of empowerment, the efficiency and effectiveness of virtual education can be achieved, and this efficiency and effectiveness will eventually lead to the development of virtual education.

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