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Dataset IVb_Open ended student comments_teaching evaluations 2018_v1 01-06-2023.csv (21.61 kB)

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posted on 2023-06-02, 21:36 authored by Rachelle SingletonRachelle Singleton

Dataset IV: We collected routine anonymous Student Evaluation of Teaching [SET] and formative evaluations from the course 'MEDSCI 203 - Mechanisms of Disease' from 2018 to 2021. We retrospectively analyzed the data to compare students' perceptions of the course before and after incorporating interactive online resources made with H5P, first introduced in 2019 by an early adopter of H5P. The response rate range was 14.1 - 97% out of a class of 182 (2018) - 314 (2021) students per year.


This is underlying data associated with the article 'Faculty development for strengthening online teaching capability: being responsive to what staff want, evaluated with Kirkpatrick’s model of teaching effectiveness' which has been published in MedEdPublish 2023, 13:127 (https://doi.org/10.12688/mep.19692.1).

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