Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate students' satisfaction with new technologies and online education during the Covid-19 epidemic.
Method: The research method was descriptive-survey. A researcher-made questionnaire was used. In this case the researcher developed new variables that were associated with student satisfaction in online learning, such as student commitment, student independence, parent supports, main source of supports of online learning, student readiness, creative and innovative teaching, effectiveness and behavior intention. The face and content validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by the professors. In order to meet the reliability and validity of the data, indicators that had a factor load ≤ 0.7 were removed from the model. The target population of this research was master's degree students in physical education of 10 universities in the country, and 412 people were selected as a sample using random sampling method.
Finding: Finally, the results showed that first, effectiveness has a significant impact on student satisfaction in online learning, second, student commitment has a significant impact on student satisfaction in online learning, third, student satisfaction has a significant impact on behavior intention students in online learning.
Conclusion: It is strongly recommended that in addition to the education of students, special attention should be paid to the quality of these educations. The evaluation of students' opinions about the quality of teaching is not only a measure to check the quality of teaching; Rather, it also focuses on the possibilities and necessities of educational correction and verification by revealing educational weaknesses.