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In this research, "Performance comparison of distance education based on the combination of mobile phone users satisfaction" and explores the question thus raised is whether distance education based on the combination of mobile phone users is effective in satisfaction? The research, which was a semi-experimental pilot study in the area. The study population comprised all students of Payam Noor University undergraduate. Who are studying at the University of Payam Noor? In order to determine the sample size using random sampling, 120 patients (60 in the experimental group and 60 in the control group) were considered as the population of which, because of the inappropriate, n = 10 remove the test group and their number was reduced to 50 people. The samples of the test group, respectively, in five batches of 10 specimens were divided into any one of the groups of train by SMS, VOIC, PowerPoint, M-Book and Mix them were presented to the control group, none of Education these were applied. Finally, using a statistical model analysis of covariance, based on the effectiveness of distance education, and postpaid mobile data. It is essential that there be between 5 Training SMS, VOIC, PowerPoint, M-Book and Mix, Mix learn more from other training has been effective. Thus, the first focusing on the highest averages Mix, then VOIC, then SMS, the M-Book, and the final stage of satisfaction are PowerPoint.
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Author(s): Mahtab Ghafari Khalaf Mohamadi Hashem Fardanesh Eessa Ebrahimzadeh and Davood Karimzadgan
Distance education, Mobile, Satisfaction