Topics in Otology is directed to assist students studying otolaryngology preparing for exams.This e book covers important examination topics in otology.
Type of Material:
Open Access E -book for otolaryngology students
Otolaryngology students preparing for exam review, lecture preparation
Internet access, Adobe or comparable program for optimal viewing experience,
Identify Major Learning Goals:
Goal is to assist otolaryngology students in preparing for final exam by highlighting and defining many of the most common otology conditions.
Target Student Population:
Medical, Biology, Nursing, Allied Health students or new paraprofessionals within the field of otology.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic Biology courses, Anatomy and Physiology, and Medical Terminology
The quick link guide allows students to find and focus on those areas of concern or that they wish to focus on. Hyperlinks within the body of the e-book have the same benefit to get the student where they want to be quickly and efficiently.
...is clear and concise ...provides a complete demonstration of the concept ...demonstrates a core concept grounded in the discipline ...is current and relevant ...is supported by appropriate research ...is self-contained (can be used without requiring an assignment or context) ...provides accurate information ...is flexible (can be used in several situations) ...includes an adequate amount of material ...summarizes the concept well ...integrates the concept well.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The specificity of the subject matter and the detail of each individual section is well defined; including definition, introduction, frequency, symptomatology, work-up, causes, treatment and outlier issues. It demonstrates relationships between concepts, is easy to integrate into curriculum assignments, is very efficient (could learn a lot in short time), and contains current references.
No learning objectives identified.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Very simple to reach the particular subject the student wishes to study. Clear definitions and explanations of disease process noted.
Subject titles are not in alphabetical order, causing the reader to spend a lot of time scanning a list. The Ads are distracting, however there is a download option to avoid this. Not universally accessible (no audio).
Other Issues and Comments:
No other issues noted.
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