Lovely eye-catching poster and I really like the inclusion of QR codes to access the models! Are you conducting any more research on this, or are these your final results?
Thank you for your comments. The student feedback on the poster is from the pilot data, the data collection for the main study is currently in progress to address some of the questions raised in the poster. So far it has been very interesting to research and I would love to take this further beyond this MSc project.
Thanks Kathryn, I would love to know your final results!
Thank you Rachael. I would be happy to discuss this further when the research period is over and I have finished my project write up.
This is a really beautiful poster! I love the addition of the QR codes/links. I also think it's really important research during the pandemic as many are trying to determine the safest and most efficient ways to teach students come fall.
I see from the above comments that this was your pilot data. I'm just wondering how you're collecting this data (i.e. is it survey, open comment, etc) and if you have a plan for quantifying your results when you complete your official data collection or will it remain qualitative?
Thank you for your feedback. The pilot data was a survey of feedback from undergraduate anatomy students who were asked the use of 3D models in their lectures. This data was mostly qualitative.
The main study will produce a mixture of qualitative and quantitative data. The participants have been given a resource pack (consisting of either 2D images or links to 3D models on Sketchfab) to familiarise themselves with a series of bone pathologies. This knowledge is then tested using an online activity and the number of correct answers will be compared between the 3D and 2D groups. Participants have also been asked to complete a questionnaire before and after the activity to gather feedback on the use of the models and to investigate if their perceived knowledge changes through using the 3D models or 2D images.
Please do let me know if you have anymore questions!
Thank you for your response! I'm excited to hear that this will involve both qualitative and quantitative data, I think that will make for really well rounded results. I'd love to hear any updates and know the final results once you have them! :)
Hi Taylor, thank you! I'd be happy to discuss sharing the outcome when the main write up is complete :)
Thank you for your questions/ comments!