عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is to design and validate ICT training model for employees. To design, compile and construct research tools, some components including basic concepts of information technology, computer use, word processor, spreadsheets, databases, presentations and internet have been extracted using interviews and qualitative analysis. Based on the above components, a questionnaire including 35 items was developed. The statistical population of the research is the staff of the Ministry of Education headquarters in the academic year of 2016-2017. The sample size of the study is 280 people who have been selected using random sampling for external validation. The reliability of the questionnaire in this research was estimated to be 0.92 which indicates the high reliability of the designed tool. In order to study the validity of the model, structural analysis of confirmatory and exploratory factor analysis methods, path analysis and fitting were used.The exploratory analysis results included seven components, all of which had a positive correlation. Finally, the result of the confirmatory factor analysis was obtained and the fitting indices in the components of ICT trainingwere evaluated, which indicateddesirable and appropriate fit.
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