عنوان مقاله [English]
The media is one of the agents of change in various aspects of human life in current area. In this regard, we can mention the important effects of these media on the level of student learning. Since the promotion of scientific level is a very important and constructive factor in the country's fate, this study examines the impact of the use of virtual social media on the level of student learning. The research method is survey and the population of the study is 200 students of male and female students of Sirjan University of Technology which have been selected by random sampling from the community (if they have had the necessary conditions for entry into the study). According to the amount of the correlation coefficient of the Taukandal (-0.135), the results of the research show that there is a meaningful and inverse relationship between the use of Sirjan University students (type of use, duration of use, daily use) of virtual social networks and their scientific level.
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