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The Strategic Planning (SWOT) Analysis Outcomes and Suggestions according to the Students and the Lecturers within the Distance Education System
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Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education Volume 13, Number 2, ISSN 1302-6488

Abstract

In recent years, strategic planning has become one of the subjects that many institutions work on to ensure the institutions' appropriate management based on realistic results. Therefore, this planning has to be taken into account and should provide planning direction on the bases of its results. Basically, the manager of strategic planning, leadership and strategic thinking and to act to help planners designed the tools, processes and concepts is a group. At the same time, the organization of the development and effective strategies will help to place. The purpose of this research is to provide SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis and to present new suggestions based on the opinions of students in the distance education system. In this work, we have applied Survey Method. The study group has consisted of 70 students and 11 instructors of Mersin Vocational School of Higher Education (MVSHE). All the data was surveyed during the spring semester of 2009. In the development of the questionnaire, a relevant literature has been investigated. Also, expert opinion has also been provided for the survey materials and survey articles. The questionnaire is finalized according to the expert's opinion. The questionnaire was applied in the internet environment to both the students and the instructors. The outcomes of the survey have been evaluated quantatively along the direction of the survey's fundamental question: “What are your views on strategic planning (SWOT) of distance education?” The suggestions have been made about the distance learning education based on the findings of the survey. (Contains 5 tables.)

Citation

Yelken, T.Y., Kilic, F. & Ozdemir, C. (2012). The Strategic Planning (SWOT) Analysis Outcomes and Suggestions according to the Students and the Lecturers within the Distance Education System. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 13(2), 267-276. Retrieved April 22, 2019 from .

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