FATIH (Movement of Enhancing Opportunities and Improving Technology) Project was launched in cooperation with the Ministry of National Education and Ministry of Transportation on the date of 22.12.2010 as an innovation in the field of education in order to ensure the effective use of technology in education. EBA (Education Information Network) website, which can be easily accessed by both students and teachers and where electronic content and course materials are provided, was created within the scope of the FATIH Project. The aim of this study is to analyze the accordance of the video lectures within the scope of the 6th Grade Social Studies course on the EBA website with the learning outcomes stated in the Social Studies Curriculum and to identify the imperfections if any. In this way, it is aimed to reveal the content on the EBA website, which has become quite significant for education due to the pandemic period we live in today, add more content in the fields where imperfections are identified, and improve them. The case study, which is one of the qualitative research methods, was used in the study. The source and materials of the study consist of video lectures belonging to the 6th Grade Social Studies course content on the Education Information Network website and Social Studies Curriculum. The data were acquired through the "document review" method. The descriptive analysis method, which is a qualitative research technique, was used in data analysis. As a result of the findings obtained, it was concluded that the video lectures provided within the scope of the 6th Grade Social Studies course on the EBA website are in accordance with the learning outcomes stated in the social studies curriculum. On the other hand, it was determined that there are some imperfections in the video lecture content and the study shows similarities with many research results in this regard. In addition, the durations of the videos on the EBA website are short in a way not to exceed 1 to 3 minutes. For this reason, it is recommended to pay attention to the video lectures added to the EBA website being information-rich and longer by considering the learning outcome and information density.
Social studies, education information network, curriculum.