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Table 1 Codes, factors and themes from the template analysis

From: Influencing factors in the implementation of postgraduate medical e-learning: a thematic analysis

Code Factor Domain
Target audience Aim of the e-learning Author dependent
Reaching target audience   
Learning aims   
Knowledge   
Skills   
Attitude/behavior   
Inefficiency   
Means to reach goal   
Learning methods Pedagogical strategies  
Separate in sections   
Levels of knowledge   
Feedback   
Interactivity   
Communicate   
Type of content Content knowledge  
Future evaluation Evaluation  
Improvement   
Maintenance   
Reserve resources   
Technology centered Motivational pathway  
Innovation driven   
Learner centered   
Author centered   
Needs driven   
Create commitment Management support Organization
Planning   Dependent
Responsibilities   
Insufficient work   
Deadlines   
Manage expectations   
Transparency   
Integrate into daily work   
Project leaders   
Motivate authors   
Provide support   
Reserve or provide time   
Promote project   
Involve stakeholders   
Include users   
ICT Resources  
Team   
Knowledge   
Ongoing budget   
Technology budget   
Evaluation budget   
Management culture Culture  
User culture   
Centralize   
Fragmentize   
Lack of structure   
Structure Technology Learner dependent
Design   
Infrastructure   
Availability   
Device variety   
Flexibility   
Layout   
Navigation   
Attractive   
Intuitive   
User friendly   
Motivate team Motivators and barriers  
Motivate management   
Motivate users   
Not doing it   
Demotivating   
Ineffectiveness   
Promote   
External motivation   
Duraton   
Time efficiency   
Added value Value  
Attractiveness   
Efficiency   
Time management   
Satisfaction   
  1. Legend: By combing the original codes, the codes column in this table show key words associated with those codes. It demonstrates the content associated with the categories and themes