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Table 2 The descriptive statistics for the students’ attitude regarding effectiveness of mobile learning

From: Effect of mobile learning on academic achievement and attitude of Sudanese dental students: a preliminary study

Item No. Questionnaire indicator Strongly agree
N %
Agree N % Uncer- tain
N %
Disagree N % Strongly disagree N % Average Stand- ard devia- tion
Q1 Mobile learning can be an effective method of learning as it can give immediate support. 17
54.8%
12
38.7%
2
6.5%
0
0
0
0
4.48 0.58
Q2 Mobile learning will bring new opportunities of learning 14
45.2%
15
48.4%
2
6.5%
0
0
0
0
4.41 0.64
Q3 Mobile learning will be more flexible method of learning as it can be done anytime, anywhere 19
61.3%
9
29%
3
9.7%
0
0
0
0
4.48 0.70
Q4 Mobile learning will improve communication between student and teacher. 9
29%
13
41.9%
6
19.4%
3
9.7%
0
0
3.85 0.99
  Mobile learning cannot be used for learning due to:        
Q5 expenses involved in Mobile learning 3
9.7%
10
32.3%
13
41.9%
5
16.1%
4
2.1
2.7 0.87
Q6 poor networking in the city 18
58.1%
11
35.5%
2
6.5%
0
0
0
0
1.48 0.64
Q7 unavailability of mobile phones with a larger number of students 2
6.5%
5
16.1%
14
45.2%
6
19.4%
4
12.9%
3.19 1.14