In this study, it is aimed to examine the effect of giving Turkish Language and Literature courses within the scope of 5 (I) courses of Adnan Menderes University with distance education on students' achievements. Students' perceptions of distance education were examined according to gender, type of education, nationality, ways of accessing course contents, having a personal computer and making a difference according to their internet connection status. According to the results of the research, it was concluded that there was no statistically significant difference in perception levels of “Content” and Değerlendirme General Evaluation, according to gender and type of education, but there was a significant difference in “Presentation Quality” perception levels. It was observed that female students found the quality of presentation of 5 (I) courses to be more qualified than men. It was determined that “Normal Education” students found presentations about 5 (I) more qualified than “Secondary Education” students. While there was no statistically significant difference between the evaluations of students regarding “Quality of Presentation göre according to their nationalities, there was a statistically significant difference between“ Content ”and“ General Evaluation ”levels. According to this, it is seen that “Foreign” students find presentations about 5 (I) more quality and satisfying than göre Native ”students. According to the results of the analysis, it was concluded that the students' having a personal computer and internet access significantly predicted “Content”, “Presentation Quality” and “General Evaluation inin levels of 5 (I) courses.
Distance Education, Infrastructure, 5 (I) courses, information, distance learning