The Level to which the Use of the Internet Enriches the Scientific Research Conducted by Postgraduate Students at the Faculties of Education in the Gaza Governorate and the Students' Trends when Using the Internet
Keywords:The internet and the Scientific Research
This study aims to find out the level to which the use of the Internet enriches the scientific research conducted by Postgraduate students at the Faculties of Education in the Gaza Governorate. It also aims to identify the students' trends when using the Internet. The descriptive analytical approach was followed, as the study sample were randomly chosen to consist of (93) male and female postgraduate students from various specializations enrolled in the faculties of education at both the Islamic University of Gaza and Al Azhar University. A (46) item questionnaire was constructed by the researcher to cover three domains: (The most important scientific uses of the Internet, Postgraduate students' trends when using the Internet in scientific research, and Postgraduate students' need of using the internet in scientific research). The results found out that most of the respondents use the Internet in scientific research. It also found out that the majority of the respondents believe that the use of the Internet for the purpose of scientific research is very important. The study results of this study confirm that there is a positive trend among the postgraduate students in the faculty of education about the Internet use in the scientific research.
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