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Table 2 Assessment of the learning application regarding students’ satisfaction using a 5-point Likert scale questionnaire (test groups 1 and 2; n = 84 students)

From: Effect of an endodontic e-learning application on students’ performance during their first root canal treatment on real patients: a pilot study

Item 5 4 3 2 1
I would recommend the learning application to someone 51.2% (43) 36.9% (31) 10.7% (9) 0% (0) 0% (0)
I find the tooth illustrations appealing 38.1% (32) 45.2% (38) 13.1% (11) 0% (0) 0% (0)
I find the animation of the tooth illustrations appealing 39.1% (33) 47.6% (40) 10.7% (9) 0% (0) 0% (0)
I find the structure of the learning application useful 46.4% (39) 41.7% (35) 8.3% (7) 2.4% (2) 0% (0)
I find the presentation of the different tooth types superfluous 1.2% (1) 3.6% (3) 10.7% (9) 33.3% (28) 47.6% (40)
I find videos on artificial teeth helpful for my learning process 56.0% (47) 28.6% (24) 11.9% (10) 2.4% (2) 0% (0)
I find videos on endodontic patient treatments helpful for my learning process 71.4% (60) 21.4% (18) 4.8% (4) 0% (0) 0% (0)
The videos convey all the necessary aspects of endodontic treatment 28.6% (24) 57.1% (48) 11.9% (10) 1.2% (1) 0% (0)
Through the videos, I can understand the endodontic treatment 38.1% (32) 52.4% (44) 8.3% (7) 0% (0) 0% (0)
I find the jump marks of the videos superfluous 1.2% (1) 1.2% (1) 16.7% (14) 35.7% (30) 44.0% (37)
I find the length of the videos appropriate 41.7% (35) 42.9% (36) 14.3% (12) 0% (0) 0% (0)
I had difficulties operating the player 6.0% (5) 4.8% (4) 4.8% (4) 16.7% (14) 66.7% (56)
I find the speed function of the player helpful 25.0% (21) 23.8% (20) 38.1% (32) 10.7% (9) 1.2% (1)
  1. 5 = applies strongly, 4 = applies predominantly, 3 = undecided, 2 = does not apply predominantly, 1 = does not apply