عنوان مقاله [English]
Considering the increasing popularity of using content production standards like SCORM in electronic education, the objective of this survey is evaluation of electronic education content courses in the universities under SCORM standard, from the viewpoint of students and professors. This study uses a descriptive applied survey-type methodology. Statistical population of the survey is professors and students of distance learning courses in the Shahid Beheshti University (case study) consisting of 230 students and professors. They were selected purposefully on the basis of Morgan and Krejcie table. Data collection tools were researcher-made questionnaires of students and professors. The alpha validity ratio for the students’ questionnaire was measured as0.77and for the professors’ questionnaire as 0.90. In order to analyze and evaluate data, descriptive statistics (mean value, standard deviation) and deductive statistics (one-sample t-test) were used. The survey findings showed there is a significant relationship between the mean value of accessibility, educational design, content organization, feedback and super-data in the electronic educational content courses in Shahid Beheshti University from the viewpoints of students and professors according to SCORM standards. It also showed that in their viewpoint, the mean value of SCORM standard factors in the electronic educational content courses of Shahid Beheshti University, according to this standard, is in an appropriate level.
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