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## trenÜNİVERSİTE ÖĞRENCİLERİN DERS ESNASINDA DERS DIŞI İNTERNET KULLANIM DAVRANIŞLARI İLE AKADEMİK GÜDÜLENME DÜZEYLERİNİN ÇEŞİTLİ DEĞİŞKENLERE GÖRE İNCELENMESİAN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NON-COURSE RELATED INTERNET USAGE DURING COURSE TIME AND ACADEMIC MOTIVATION LEVEL OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN TERMS OF VARIOUS VARIABLES

#### Ramazan ÇOK [1] , Mustafa KUTLU [2]

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The aim of this research is to examine the cyberloafing behaviors and academic motivation levels of university students in terms of various demographic, academic and internet usage variables. The study group consisted of a total 443 university students attending 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes of different faculties of  a foundation university and a state university which are in Gaziantep.  Disturibution of gender of  study group was 331 (%74,7) female; 112 (%25,3)male. In the collection of the data, "Cyberloafing Activities Scale" (SAEÖ), "Academic Motivation Scale" (AGÖ) and "Personal Information Form" which developed by the researcher were used. In the analysis of the data, 'Pearson Product-Moments Correlation Coefficient' technique was used to determine the relationship between variables. Also to determine predictive variables of cyberloafing activities and academic motivation regression analysis was used. T-test was used to examine gender diffirences on cyberloafing and academic motivation. To examine the effects of age and class level on cyberloafing and academic motivation variance analysis (ANOVA) was used. It has been found that males have more cyberloafing activities than femalse and have higher levels of academic motivation. There was no significant difference according to the class cariable. It was seen that the grade point average and the duration of daily internet use had predictive power on academic motivation. Internet usage skills, internet usage time, being interested to internet usage, and academic motivation were found to be significant predictors of cyberloafing activities. Other variables (general grade point avarage, career plan) were not prective of cyberloafing activities.