Analysis of Teachers’ Attitude towards Internet Use: Example of Chemistry Teachers

  title={Analysis of Teachers’ Attitude towards Internet Use: Example of Chemistry Teachers},
  author={Mehmet Tekerek and Orhan Ercan},
  journal={Creative Education},
Web technology is changing rapidly every day and the Internet has become a lifestyle for people all over the world. It is obvious that the life style of societies is in a process of change, as new habits are acquired. Even though Internet use is one of the new social habits, it is one of the most important factors that induce this change as regards the convenience it brings to communication and other areas. The widespread use of Internet implies the idea that it can also be more widely used for… 

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