Assessing the application of Information Technology in Education and its Influence on Productivity in Islamic Azad University
Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences: April 2011, 2 (1); e56050
April 20, 2011
Article Type: Research Article
June 24, 2017
April 20, 2011
A , Kianfar
F , Shaeidi
A . Assessing the application of Information Technology in Education and its Influence on Productivity in Islamic Azad University ,
Interdiscip J Virtual Learn Med Sci.
This study was done in Islamic Azad University of Andimeshk, in order to determine how and to what extent the application of internet, intranet, and extranet technology in education has influenced Staff productivity. Introduction:
This study is a quasi-experimental and cross-sectional study determined to be applicable in practice. Descriptive and inductive statistical methods were applied using SPSS software, version 12. All 86 University Staff were selected to participate in this study. A questionnaire was used as the research tool with a reliability of 89%, estimated by Cronbach's alpha coefficient. Moreover, the confidence level was estimated to be 95% with an acceptable error of 5%, using t test and the Chi square test. Materials and Methods:
Analysis results showed that the application of internet, intranet, and extranet has a considerable influence on staff productivity (p≤0.000). The results showed that there is no significant difference between the use of internet, intranet, and extranet in the staff's productivity and all of these technologies are effective in educating staff members with respect to productivity. Results:
These methods are influential in staff productivity. The more professional and academic training staff receive, the more productive they will eventually become. Conclusion:
Internet, intranet and extranet, electronic education, staff productivity
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