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Department of Educational Management, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran
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Background: Despite all the shortcomings, virtual education has been accepted by faculty members and many efforts have been done to improve this method of teaching.
In the present study we tried to find the shortcomings of virtual education using opinions of faculty members of Lorestan University of medical sciences in order to eliminate them and improve this method.
Materials and Methods: In this descriptive analytical and cross-sectional study the level of satisfaction of faculty members in lorestan University of medical sciences at the end of semester using a researcher made questionnaire named "evaluation of visual education curriculum at the university of Medical sciences" in seven subscales of software, content, ease,  interaction, evaluation, support and assessment. Data were described by mean and standard deviation and data analysis was performed by cronbach's alpha coefficient using spss software version 22.
Results: Amount 200 vacuity members who were questioned 63.5 % were men (127=n), 42% were associate professors (n=84) 39% were assistant professors (n=78). Average age of faculty members was 45.58+-7.01 and average teaching experience was 8.41+-13.63 years. Cronbach's alpha coefficient of the questioner was 0.895 and the total satisfaction of The faculty members was 86.17+-13.7 from 135.
Conclusion: In general the faculty members were relatively satisfied with the curriculum of virtual education in the university and it's effectiveness. Also according to opinion of professors image-in-image feature of cyberspace must be used for face-to-face communication between teachers and students to transfer information from teacher to student in the best way.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: روانشناسی
Received: 2021/06/24 | Accepted: 2021/12/1 | Published: 2021/12/1

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