عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is to represent a model for managing the educational social network. The methodology of this research is applied in terms of purpose, is descriptive-correlational (non-experimental) in terms of procedure, and is cross-sectional in terms of time. The statistical population consists of 480 senior masters from Ministry of Education in 2015. The statistical sample was calculated 205 people using Cochran Formula and selected through random sampling method. Data collection was done by the researcher-made questionnaire comprising 67 questions. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by the university elites point of view after the t test and correlation coefficient were applied. The factor analysis method of the main components confirmed the construct validity of the questionnaire. The reliability of the questionnaire was also confirmed by calculating the Cronbach's alpha coefficient (α=0.854). To analyze the data, descriptive and inferential statistics including Pearson correlation coefficient, independent t test and factor analysis were used. The final model was extracted from the AMOS software using structural equations of maximum likelihood method. The results showed that the standard coefficients between the hidden variables of the management model and the obvious variables of the social network structure is 0.85 and the obvious variables of the learning construct is 0.87 which showed high importance of these variables in the formation of the model and the standard coefficient between the variables of the model and the evident structural variables management is 0.40 which indicates the acceptability of these variables. These coefficients are significant with a confidence level of P<0.001. The fitting component of the model depicted that all indicators are in the desired domain. Therefore, the hypothesized model is fitted with empirical data, and the research model is thus confirmed.
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