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Table 2 Perceived value of e-learning for the students’ learning

From: Computer literacy and E-learning perception in Cameroon: the case of Yaounde Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Variables Students Residents Lecturers P*
  n % n % n %  
Improves access to educational resources 96/102 94.1 34/39 87.2 21/21 100 0.142
Improves teacher/learner interactions 62/82 75.6 21/32 65.6 13/18 72.2 0.560
Improves collaboration with teacher/learner 62/80 77.5 23/33 69.7 14/17 82.4 0.550
Improves quality of feedback 67/89 75.3 21/30 70.0 14/18 77.8 0.799
Improves methods of personal working 97/102 95.1 32/35 91.4 17/22 77.3 0.22
Develops autonomy in learning 89/97 91.8 33/35 94.3 20/23 87.0 0.614
Develops a learning more suited to our setting 58/95 61.1 22/36 61.1 9/14 64.3 0.973
Develops critical thinking 71/88 80.7 23/33 69.7 13/16 81.3 0.407
Improves creativity 77/93 82.8 24/34 70.6 18/20 90.0 0.162
Develops transversal skills (autonomy, self-assessment, etc.) 81/94 86.2 26/33 78.8 15/19 78.9 0.520
  1. * The chi-square test was used for the comparison of the three groups.