In table 1, maybe it would help to show the same answer frequencies for before and after taking class? At first, I was confused how 82/116 could answer "YES" (because I was looking for answers with significant differences) before the class but only 49/94 could say "YES" after the class. I understand now that 82/116 actually said "NO", but maybe there is an easier way to quickly read though the results? For example, maybe the answers with significant differences (or most significant differences) can be shown as a bar chart (with colors for different answers, and perhaps separate bar charts for answers with different types of answers), and make the current Table 1 a supplemental table?
"Following" is like subscribing to any updates related to a preprint. These updates will appear in your home dashboard each time you visit PeerJ.
You can also choose to receive updates via daily or weekly email digests. If you are following multiple preprints or other items, such as entire subject areas, then we will send you no more than one email per day or week based on your preferences.
Who can see my follows? If you have chosen to make your Profile public then others will also be able to see which articles you are following.
Usage since published - updated daily