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Table 1 Descriptive Statistics of Responses to the Reduced SEEQ by Degree of Overall Student Satisfaction

From: Student satisfaction with videoconferencing teaching quality during the COVID-19 pandemic

SEEQ item Overall Mean (SD), N = 662 HSG Mean (SD), N = 543 LSG Mean (SD), N = 119 MD (95% CI) p - Value
*Learning
 4 I have found this CBD session intellectually challenging and stimulating. 4.08 (0.863) 4.30 (0.629) 3.08 (1.062) 1.218 (1.074–1.362) <0.001
 5 I have learned and understood the subject materials of this CBD. 4.12 (0.836) 4.35 (0.588) 3.09 (1.008) 1.257 (1.122–1.393) <0.001
 6 My interest and motivation in learning have increased as a consequence of this CBD session. 4.04 (0.934) 4.29 (0.684) 2.89 (1.056) 1.398 (1.247–1.550) <0.001
 7 The faculty member covered the stated objectives for this CBD session. 4.162 (0.821) 4.354 (0.654) 3.286 (0.931) 1.067 (0.926–1.209) <0.001
*Enthusiasm
 8 The faculty member was enthusiastic (excited) about teaching this CBD session. 4.17 (0.852) 4.38 (0.620) 3.18 (1.057) 1.196 (1.054–1.339) <0.001
 9 The faculty member was dynamic (style of presentation holds your interest) and energetic during this CBD session. 4.08 (0.949) 4.35 (0.659) 2.86 (1.099) 1.493 (1.342–1.643) <0.001
*Organization
 10 The faculty member’s explanations were clear. 4.20 (0.851) 4.43 (0.603) 3.15 (1.022) 1.276 (1.138–1.414) <0.001
 11 The CBD material was well prepared and carefully explained. 4.10 (0.908) 4.35 (0.624) 2.97 (1.119) 1.380 (1.233–1.526) <0.001
 12 The faculty member gave a CBD session that facilitated taking notes. 4.06 (0.917) 3.00 (1.112) 3.00 (1.112) 1.289 (1.136–1.443) <0.001
*Group interaction
 13 Students were encouraged to participate in this CBD session. 4.23 (0.781) 4.40 (0.586) 3.47 (1.064) 0.925 (0.787–1.064) <0.001
 14 Students were invited to share their ideas and knowledge. 4.19 (0.829) 4.37 (0.617) 3.34 (1.108) 1.026 (0.881–1.171) <0.001
 15 Students were encouraged to ask questions and were given meaningful answers. 4.18 (0.819) 4.35 (0.642) 3.43 (1.078) 0.919 (0.773–1.066) <0.001
*Individual rapport
 16 The faculty member made the students feel welcome in seeking help/advice regarding learning challenges during COVID-19. 4.04 (0.944) 4.26 (0.749) 3.06 (1.107) 1.199 (1.035–1.363) <0.001
 17 The faculty member had a genuine (sincere) interest in students. 4.08 (0.874) 4.29 (0.674) 3.13 (1.030) 1.167 (1.018–1.316) <0.001
*Technology
 18 The faculty member was creative (used whiteboard, chat room, videos, web materials, etc.). 3.95 (0.996) 4.15 (0.838) 3.03 (1.134) 1.121 (0.942–1.300) <0.001
 19 During this CBD session, there were technical issues (audio/visual). 2.82 (1.355) 2.85 (1.389) 2.67 (1.180) 0.177 (-0.092–0.446) 0.198
*Satisfaction
 20 Overall, I was highly satisfied with this CBD session. 4.10 (0.883) 4.44 (0.496) 2.59 (0.643) 1.848 (1.744–1.953) <0.001
21 Do you have any comments ?
“Dr. X was very enthusiastic during teaching. It was a very beneficial CBD”.
“One of the most beneficial CBDs I took this year”.
“I couldn’t ask all my questions, Dr. X immediately logged off the app and didn’t wait to see if we had questions”
“Was a good experience with Dr. X but she took so long around 3hours, overall she was a really good tutor”
“Dr. X was very helpful and encouraging”.
“Dr. X is a good example of how a doctor should encourage her students to be strong and to study hard. She has a good method of delivering the information to the students in an easy way”.
  1. SD Standard deviation, N Number of students, HSG High satisfaction group, LSG Low satisfaction group, MD Mean difference CI Confidence interval.