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Table 1 Student demographics, computer literacy and satisfaction with the blended learning course

From: Blended learning: how can we optimise undergraduate student engagement?

Characteristic Students (n = 19)
Mean age in years (SD) 22 (1.08)
Numbers of males/females 10 males, 9 females
Computer Literacy Median score on 5-point Likert Scale (Inter Quartile Range [IQR])
 I feel confidence using a computer to complete basic tasks 5 (IQR 5–5)
 On an average week, I use the internet everyday 5 (IQR 5–5)
Satisfaction Median score on 5-point Likert Scale (IQR)
 Overall I was generally satisfied with the blended learning task 4 (IQR 4–5)
 Given a choice I would enrol in another blended learning course 4 (IQR 4–5)
 I wish there were more blended learning courses available in my subject area 4 (IQR 3–5)
 I would recommend this course to my peers 4 (IQR 4–5)
  1. Student ages are presented as means and standard deviations. Other data are presented as medians and interquartile ranges of responses on a 5 point Likert scale where 5 indicates “Strongly agree” and 1 indicates “Strongly disagree”