The Status of Using Internet by Physical Education Students in Jordan Universities and Their Attitudes Toward it

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Title: The Status of Using Internet by Physical Education Students in Jordan Universities and Their Attitudes Toward it
Author: Alhayk, Sadiqu [صادق الحايك]; Jaber, Abdul Salam [عبد السلام جابر]; AlKalaf, Moain [معين الخلف]
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to define the status of using internet by physical education students and their attitudes toward it with respect to their university <? gender 4 experiences tand academic level. The sample consisted of 478 male and female students from all faculties of physical education at four Jordan Universities during the first semester of 2004/2005. The results showed that the highest percentage of students using the internet were at Jordan 1 Yarmook, Hashemia, and Mouta Universities, respectively. The results of data analysis of students' attitudes indicated that there were significant differences among students' attitudes in four universities (except between Jordan and Yarmook Universities). However, no significant differences were found between female and male students and among the four students academic levels. The results also indicated that students with higher computer experiences scored significantly higher in students' attitudes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/8581
Date: 2006

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