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Table 3 Opinion questionnaire after clinical sessions: Usefulness of Second Life for teaching II

From: Experience with using second life for medical education in a family and community medicine education unit

Question Answer % (n/N)
How did you feel about not having to travel? “very good”, “great”, “fantastic”, “wonderful” 92.11% (70/76)
  no response 7.89% (6/76)
Did you feel comfortable attending the sessions “yes”, “very comfortable”, “I was able to attend from work and home” 92.11% (70/76)
  no response 7.89% (6/76)
Did you feel comfortable asking questions? “yes”, “it’s less embarrassing than in public” 92.11% (70/76)
  no response 7.89% (6/76)
Did you feel more comfortable than in face-to-face sessions? “yes” 30.26% (23/76)
  “there’s no problem either this way or face-to-face” 5.26% (4/76)
  “no” 55.26% (42/76)
  no response 9.21% (7/76)
What is your opinion of the text chat? “it’s good”, “very useful” 86.84% (66/76)
  “it takes a bit of getting used to the system” 9.21% (7/76)
  no response 3.95% (3/76)
What is your opinion of the voice chat? “very good”, “very useful” 43.42% (33/76)
  “we weren’t able to do it”, “it isn’t enough for that” 14.47% (11/76)
  no response 42.11% (32/76)
  1. SL: Second Life.