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Rouis, S., Limayem, M. and Salehi-Sangari, E. (2011) Impact of Facebook Usage on Students’ Academic Achievement: Role of Self-Regulation and Trust. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 9, 961-994.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Impact of Social Media Networks Websites Usage on Students’ Academic Performance

    AUTHORS: Mahmoud Maqableh, Lama Rajab, Walaa Quteshat, Ra’ed Moh’d Taisir Masa’deh, Tahani Khatib, Huda Karajeh

    KEYWORDS: Social Network Sites, Academic Performance, University Students, T-Test, ANOVA

    JOURNAL NAME: Communications and Network, Vol.7 No.4, September 23, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Social Networks Sites (SNSs) are dominating all internet users’ generations, especially the students’ communities. Consequently, academic institutions are increasingly using SNSs which leads to emerge a crucial question regarding the impact of SNSs on students’ academic performance. This research investigates how and to what degree the use of SNSs affects the students’ academic performance. The current research’s data was conducted by using drop and collect surveys on a large population from the University of Jordan. 366 undergraduate students answered the survey from different faculties at the university. In order to study the impact of SNSs on student’s academic performance, the research hypotheses was tested by using descriptive analysis, T-test and ANOVA. Research results showed that there was a significant impact of SNS on the student’s academic performance. Also, there was a significant impact of SNS use per week on the student’s academic performance, whereas no differences found in the impact of use of SNSs on academic performance due to age, academic achievement, and use per day to most used sites. The findings of this research can be used to suggest future strategies in enhancing student’s awareness in efficient time management and better multitasking that can lead to improving study activities and academic achievements.