PowerPoint or chalk and talk: Perceptions of medical students versus dental students in a medical college in India

@article{Seth2010PowerPointOC,
  title={PowerPoint or chalk and talk: Perceptions of medical students versus dental students in a medical college in India},
  author={Vikas Seth and Prerna Upadhyaya and Mushtaq Ahmad and Vijay Vasant Moghe},
  journal={Advances in Medical Education and Practice},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={11 - 16}
}
Purpose To assess students’ perceptions of the impact of PowerPoint (PPT) presentations in lectures in comparison to the traditional chalk and talk method and lectures using transparencies and overhead projector (TOHP). The study analyzes the preferences for teaching aids of medical students versus dental students. Methods Second year medical and dental undergraduates were asked to fill in a nine-item questionnaire about their perceptions of the three lecture delivery methods. Following… 

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