عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to evaluation the efficiency of electronic learning method on the satisfaction of graduate students. The research method is a mixed (qualitative-quantitative). In qualitative section, a theme-based questionnaire/focal group and in quantities section, a surveying type was used. In the former section, the statistical population of the research was graduate students of the Islamic Azad University units of Northwest of Iran, via using purposeful or snowball sampling, and in the latter section they included students of supplementary education through using proportional sampling. The data collection instrument in both conditions was a researcher-made questionnaire. Data analysis was performed using SPSS and PLS software. The results showed that all the components of the research was satisfactory. with the exception of user interface all features of e-learning was efficient.
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