This research attempts to answer the question that what are the strategies of cultural policy making for students to use social networks to fulfill the missions of the academic system, especially knowledge management?Quantitative and qualitative research methods were used to answer this question. In order to study the way students use social networks, a randomly selected sampling method among students from 7 top universities in Tehran and a tool for interviewing 14 university professors in the field of cyberspace used to provide strategies for cultural policy.According to research findings, the majority of students' approach is simply to share the content of others. 25.5 percent of students said their first priority was that they were simply sharing the content of others, and only 11.7 percent of students said they were focusing primarily on content production. 23 percent of students also tend to spend on content and 18 percent of students tend to download. This indicates that Iranian students are consuming in social networks and messengers. Therefore, it seems that social networks and messengers in the country have not been able to become knowledge management tools at universities. The reasons for this and the provision of policy strategies through in-depth interviews with professors have been taken into consideration. Also, the results of the deep interview indicate that in the field of strategic politics, we need to promote critical thinking and increase media literacy among students, professors and university officials. In addition, simultaneous policies in hardware and software are necessary.
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