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An Attitude toward the CAI in Routine Radiographic Positioning and Imaging.

Thanathorn Chongcharoenkamol, Wiwat Owasirikul, Tipwimol Meechai, Woranut Iampa, อำพลพรต วงศ์เปี่ยม, Asst. Prof. Dr. Yudthaphon Vichianin


The objective of this study was to evaluate the attitude toward the Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI) in Routine Radiographic Positioning at the Department of Radiological Technology, Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University. Material: a portable computer with Intel® Core 2 Duo equipped with CPU 1.66GHz and 1.00GB of RAM. The software used in developing the CAI was the Adobe Flash CS5 and Photoshop CS5 for animation and graphic drawing, respectively. Method: The CAI was designed for Radiographic Positioning of five body parts, namely: Upper extremity, Lower extremity, Vertebral column, Chest & Abdomen & Pelvis, and Skull. The CAI is comprised of five menu items corresponding to the five body parts. Each body part consisted of anatomical description,  positioning,  and film used for imaging. All content and design of the CAI were evaluated using Likert scale ranging from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) by a total of 52 randomly-selected students at the department (20 of 3rd year-students and 32 of 4th year-student). Results: the results indicated that the overall content is good (3.96), animation and presentation technique is good (3.89), and appropriateness and learnability of the CAI is good (3.89). Summary: The CAI was very useful for the student at the department of Radiological Technology. The content and the animation are good and appropriate for self-learning. The CAI assists students in the learning process of the routine radiographic positioning class.


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