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Revista Médica Electrónica

versión On-line ISSN 1684-1824

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SOSA DIAZ, Regina Yamilet et al. Introducing the hyperenvironment of Medical Virology in the program of the matter Biological Agents. Rev. Med. Electrón. [online]. 2010, vol.32, n.2. ISSN 1684-1824.

High Education in our country is immersed in a wave of changes, from which Medical sciences do not escape. The matter Biological Agents, as one of those integrating the medical specialty, is not free of lacks in adequate informatics media to assume the teaching-learning process in the current conditions. To solve this limiter, the teaching staff of this matter at Matanzas Medical University proposed themselves to integrate its program to hyperenvironments rendering to each of the themes conforming it, didactically integrating all the contents. The first developed hyperenvironment was Medical Virology. This investigation has two stages, divided in two phases each of them. The first stage was building the hyperenvironment, considering a diagnostic phase and a designing one. The hyperenvironment makes easier not only information transference, but also the organization to access, the collaborative organization and the students' independent activity, according to the universalization didactical exigencies. In the second stage, we made a didactical proposition to introduce the designed hyperenvironment in the teaching-learning process of the matter and made an appraisal of its introduction after being used during an academic year.

Palabras clave : EDUCATION, MEDICAL; VIROLOGY [education]; SOFTWARE DESIGN; TEACHING MATERIALS ; EPIDEMIOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL; EVALUACION STUDIES.

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