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abbasikasani H, haji zeynalgabedini M, raisi A. Pathology of University of Medical Sciences E-learning System based on Khan Model . jmed. 2018; 12 (4) :227-239
URL: http://jmed.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-825-en.html
PhD student of Information Technology in Higher Education, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran , hamed.abbasikasani@gmail.com
Abstract:   (276 Views)
Introduction: Information and communication technology has led to emergence of new ways of teaching and learning. E-learning is one of the new ways of learning in the present era. For the e-learning system to be effective, the current e-learning system should be assessed and. The aim of the present study was to investigate the pathology of e-Learning system in Tehran University of Medical Sciences based on Khan Model.
Methods: This is a qualitative research with a content analysis approach. The population of the study was the e-learning experts and professors of Tehran Universities of Medical Sciences who sampled purposefully, after eight interviews, saturation was achieved. A semi-structured questionnaire was used to interview. To analyze the interviews and field notes, content analysis by means of codification was used.
Results: According to the Khan model, the damage to the electronic learning system of universities was categorized in the following dimensions, including: "Educational dimension" including components of educational planning, human resources, organizational structure, teaching method, and educational content; The "technical dimension" includes the components of the infrastructure, quality, and security; the "dimensional design interface" includes basic knowledge components, transparency, content reorganization; the "evaluation dimension" including the standard components of the evaluation, and the implementation of the evaluation ; The "dimension of management" includes planning components, organizational structure, and managers' view; the "ethical dimension" includes the components of Amo According to the Khan model, the damage to the electronic learning system of universities was categorized in the following dimensions, including: "Educational dimension" including components of educational planning, human resources, organizational structure, teaching method, and educational content; The "technical dimension" includes the components of the infrastructure, quality, and security; the "dimensional design interface" includes basic knowledge components, transparency, content reorganization; the "evaluation dimension" including the standard components of the evaluation, and the implementation of the evaluation ; The "dimension of management" includes planning components, organizational structure, and managers' view; the "ethical dimension" includes the components of Amon’s position Electronic ethics, professional ethics, and law and regulation; from the "organizational dimension" includes components of change, policy, attitude, and targeting, and from the support dimension, including investment components, and scientific resources’ position Electronic ethics, professional ethics, and law and regulation; from the "organizational dimension" includes components of change, policy, attitude, and targeting, and from the support dimension, including investment components, and scientific resources.
Conclusion: According to the findings, the electronic learning system of medical universities has been affected by. Decision makers should identify each affected sections of the electronic learning system in order to eliminate the pitfalls and provide the ground for advancement of this type of education in medical sciences.

Keywords: Pathology, learning, e-learning, Khan Model, medical sciences.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medical Education
Received: 2017/08/25 | Accepted: 2017/10/29 | Published: 2018/03/17

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