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Table 4 Directed feedback collected from students during the face-to-face optional course

From: Blended learning of radiology improves medical students’ performance, satisfaction, and engagement

Satisfaction surveyPromotion 1*Promotion 2*Promotion 3*Total*
Format evaluation
 Did this learning format encourage you to study?66 (97%)82 (93%)93 (90%)241 (93%)
 Was the preliminary work reasonable?51 (75%)82 (93%)89 (86%)222 (86%)
 Do you consider the platform suitable?43 (63%)81 (92%)92 (89%)225 (87%)
VBL evaluation
 Are the videos easily accessible?63 (93%)88 (100%)102 (99%)253 (98%)
 Are the videos clear?68 (100%)83 (94%)101 (98%)254 (98%)
 Are the videos adapted to your level of knowledge?65 (96%)84 (95%)100 (97%)249 (96%)
 Are the videos of an adapted duration?65 (96%)77 (88%)94 (91%)236 (91%)
 Did you like the format of the videos?62 (92%)86 (98%)101 (98%)249 (96%)
Tests evaluation
 Did you improve using this learning method?64 (94%)82 (93%)99 (96%)245 (95%)
 Did you review reference books?67 (99%)81 (92%)91 (88%)239 (92%)
 Did you have the opportunity to self-evaluate?57 (84%)77 (88%)86 (83%)220 (85%)
Global satisfaction
 Are you satisfied with this learning format?68 (100%)88 (100%)101 (98%)257 (99%)
Perspective
 Would you recommend this learning format to other medical imaging fields?66 (97%)87 (99%)103 (100%)256 (99%)
  1. *Represented student evaluation corresponds to scores 4 and 5 using Likert scale (agree and strongly agree to the statement)