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MERLOT II


    

Peer Review


Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Bacterial

 

Ratings

Overall Rating:

3.33 stars
Content Quality: 3 stars
Effectiveness: 3 stars
Ease of Use: 4 stars
Reviewed: May 29, 2003 by Health Sciences
Overview: The material is a slide presentation on sexually transmitted diseases.
Learning Goals: The slide presentation is directed to increasing the understanding of sexually
transmitted disease and fosters the early recognition, treatment and reduces the
risk of transmitting these diseases.
Target Student Population: The targeted population are medical providers.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills: Knowledge of medical terminology is important to understanding the material.
Type of Material: Slide presentation.
Recommended Uses: The presentation could be used in a variety of teaching and learning situations.
Technical Requirements: None

Evaluation and Observation

Content Quality

Rating: 3 stars
Strengths: The information is basic yet instructional.
Concerns: One link is to an article published in MMWR, January 23, 1998. A more recent
update is available from the CDC at Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment
Guidelines 2002 - Released May 10, 2002
Suggest updating the reference

Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool

Rating: 3 stars
Strengths: The information is presented with speakers notes to help understand the
information on the slides.
Concerns:

Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty

Rating: 4 stars
Strengths: The site is easy to use.
Concerns: Suggest interactive activity follow the slide presentation.

Other Issues and Comments: