Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences، جلد ۱۱، شماره ۲، صفحات ۹۲-۱۰۱

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عنوان انگلیسی Validating the Persian Version of ICT Engagement Questionnaire
چکیده انگلیسی مقاله Background: Regarding to the importance of ICT Engagement of students, it is necessary to have a reliable and valid method for evaluating it in this group. ICT Engagement questionnaire of Zylka et al have been designed for this purpose. This study aimed to validate that questionnaire in a representative sample of Iranian students. Methods: The Questionnaire was translated into Persian and its face and content validities was assessed by the members of Education faculty at the University of Tabriz, Iran. Its population included the faculty members of that University and the students studying in technical and vocational schools in Urmia. Of the faculty members, 8 experts were selected by purposeful sampling for face and content validities, and 370 students were selected by cluster random sampling. The research tool was Zylka et al ICT engagement Questionnaire. We used SPSS 26 to analyze data. Results: The students’ ages ranged from 16 to 18 and 38.6% of them were male and 61.4% were female. The reliability of the questionnaire was 0.91 based on the Cronbach’s alpha. The results of exploratory factor analysis revealed that five factors of ICT in Zylka et al questionnaire were similar to seven factors in the present study, namely positive ICT self-esteem (explained variance=29.87%), self-confidence in ICT (explained variance=6.84%), online exposure (explained variance=4.69%), social exposure (explained variance=3.83%), interest in computers, tablets and mobile phones (explained variance=3.46%), spending time on ICT (explained variance=3.36%), and the negative ICT self-concept (explained variance=3.18%). Conclusion: PCA results revealed that seven factors can affect ICT Engagement. In total these seven factors can account for 55.19% of the variance in ICT Engagement. Validating the questionnaire reveals that constructs of “ICT engagement” may vary among populations in different countries. This difference may be due to the cultural differences and varied facilities between the two statistical populations.
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نویسندگان مقاله Sahar Baradaran Abdollahy |
Department of Education, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran

Firooz Mahmoodi |
Curriculum Studies Department of Education, Faculty of Education and Psychology, University of Tabriz

Negar Tagavi |
Department of Education, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran

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