Toets, quiz e.d.

Toets, quiz e.d.

Links naar toetsen, tests, quizes, games, tentamenvragen enz. op het gebied van microbiologie.

Website van Eus van Hove
Basisvaardigheden microbiologie, zelftests, action mazes, webQuests en video's, Kweektechnieken, Microscopie, Kleurtechnieken, Groei van bacteriën, Inperking bacteriegroei, Identificatie, Kwantificeren, Bodemmicrobiologie,
Watermicrobiologie, Voeding,  DNA technieken, Medische microbiologie.

AIOS Kennistoets Medische Microbiologie 2013
Ned. Ver. voor AIOS Medische Microbiologie

Hygienecode voor het slagersbedrijf
Toetsvragen en antwoorden e-learning, bacterie, voeding/voedsel, 38 vragen over keuken, productie, opslag, hygiene, desinfectie enz.

Biologie voor het MLO Microorganismen
zelftests met 10 MC-vragen ook voor Biotechnologie en infectieziekten

The Student Nurse Forum
Self tests en Basic Concepts & TerminologyGenetics & Bacterial MetabolismBacterial DiseasesParasitic Diseases
Viruses & Immunology

Scienc Prof Online Microbiology test questions
test questions for: general microbiology, cell structure,& function, genetics, types of cellular microbes, viruses, microbial growth & metabolism, immunology

Student Learning Assessments in Microbiology Database (SLAMD). (link helaas nog niet beschikbaar)

WHAT IS THE STUDENT LEARNING ASSESSMENTS IN MICROBIOLOGY DATABASE (SLAMD)? The Student Learning Assessments in Microbiology Database, or SLAMD, is a new MicrobeLibrary collection of peer-reviewed multiple choice and true/false questions designed especially for interactive learning using audience response systems. The questions are also of value for pre- and post-tests or traditional exams, and may be used in the classroom or laboratory or on-line in blended-and distance-learning experiences. The question bank is a repository of original multiple choice questions for both lower- and higher-order thinking skills that are aligned with ASM’s Recommended Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Microbiology Education. Lower-order thinking multiple choice questions corresponding to Bloom’s level one or two (knowledge/comprehension) that faculty can use to break up their lectures and get immediate feedback from students on content just discussed. Higher-order multiple choice questions (Bloom’s level 3 – application- or higher) to get better feedback on the student’s ability to apply knowledge.