Over the last years, there has been an increase in online educational resources and media de-vice use for educational purposes in veterinary settings. However, an overall analysis of these studies providing measurements of the use of learning resources and media devices could be particularly useful for veterinary teachers. The evolution of technology, coupled with the ad-vent of pandemic-related restrictions in person lessons, has made it imperative that educa-tors consider how students may access educational material, as well as what type of educa-tional material may be available to them. Databases including PubMed, Scopus, CAB Ab-stracts, and Web of Sciences were searched for relevant studies from January 2012 to June 2022. A mini-meta-analysis for proportions was performed using RStudio. Results highlight a high use of portable media devices with differences among countries, continued good use of traditional textbooks, moderate use of online tools, and low use of research papers. The re-sults suggest that despite living in a technologically advanced world, veterinary students have attitudes towards digital resources that cannot be assumed

Are veterinary students using technologies and online learning resources for didactic training? A mini-meta analysis / Muca, E; Cavallini, D; Odore, R; Baratta, M; Bergero, D; Valle, E. - In: EDUCATION SCIENCES. - ISSN 2227-7102. - 12:(2022), pp. 573-589. [10.3390/educsci12080573]

Are veterinary students using technologies and online learning resources for didactic training? A mini-meta analysis.

Baratta M
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2022

Abstract

Over the last years, there has been an increase in online educational resources and media de-vice use for educational purposes in veterinary settings. However, an overall analysis of these studies providing measurements of the use of learning resources and media devices could be particularly useful for veterinary teachers. The evolution of technology, coupled with the ad-vent of pandemic-related restrictions in person lessons, has made it imperative that educa-tors consider how students may access educational material, as well as what type of educa-tional material may be available to them. Databases including PubMed, Scopus, CAB Ab-stracts, and Web of Sciences were searched for relevant studies from January 2012 to June 2022. A mini-meta-analysis for proportions was performed using RStudio. Results highlight a high use of portable media devices with differences among countries, continued good use of traditional textbooks, moderate use of online tools, and low use of research papers. The re-sults suggest that despite living in a technologically advanced world, veterinary students have attitudes towards digital resources that cannot be assumed
Are veterinary students using technologies and online learning resources for didactic training? A mini-meta analysis / Muca, E; Cavallini, D; Odore, R; Baratta, M; Bergero, D; Valle, E. - In: EDUCATION SCIENCES. - ISSN 2227-7102. - 12:(2022), pp. 573-589. [10.3390/educsci12080573]
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