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The Supranational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory (SRL Cotonou) is the Mycobacteria Reference Laboratory (MRL) of the National Tuberculosis Programme (NTP) of Benin. It is a public medical biology laboratory which carries out examinations in mycobacteriology, biochemistry, hematology and standard bacteriology.
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The SRL of Cotonou is located within the National Hospital and University Center of Pneumo-Phtisiology of Cotonou (CNHU-PPC) commonly called "LAZARET". Its vocation is to offer quality services to its clients. The LRM aims at 2020, the accreditation of all its processes according to the ISO 15189 standard allowing the recognition of its competences in the fields of analyses carried out..
Frequently asked questions
After logging in, a MOOC opens in several ways, the most common of which are:
- From the site header
In the header of the site, click on the button in the form of three bars on the far right, then click on the first item in the list at the bottom of the search icon and click on the name of the MOOC desired for the open.
On a computer, place the cursor on the My courses menu, then click on the desired MOOC in the list of MOOCs that appears
- In the dashboard (the page you land on just after logging in)
In the dashboard, at the bottom of the blue banner, in the Course overview section, click on the desired MOOC to open it
Forums can be found on the course page of any course type. To access a forum of a given MOOC, you must open the MOOC in question and on its course page click on one of the forums found in the General section of the course or any other part of the MOOC.
Forums are recognized by a card containing the word Forum and a white messaging icon that sits on an orange background
There are two types of forum on Moodle: the first is the news or announcements forum and the second type of forum is the activity forum which can be added by the teacher anywhere in the course.
The forum of news or announcements
It is automatically added to each course and is unilateral: only teachers can announce messages to students. There is only one per course.
It allows a real structured exchange with the students.
This is the type of forum in which students can participate by replying to threads or starting new threads.
This is the perfect place for students to ask questions about the course, help each other, or answer questions from other students.
The activities assessed on Moodle may vary depending on the learning objectives of the course and the preference of the instructor. However, here are some common examples of activities assessed on Moodle :
There are several ways to ask questions about Moodle :
- Quiz : Quizzes are electronic tests to test students' knowledge of a specific subject.
- Assignments : Instructors can create online assignments where students submit their work online through the Moodle platform. Assignments can be of different types, such as essays, research papers, presentations, individual or group projects, etc. Once assignments have been submitted, instructors can assess them using Moodle's assessment tools, which include grades, comments and assessment rubrics. Instructors can also set up submission deadlines and penalties for late submitted assignments. Assignments can also be peer-reviewed or using predefined assessment criteria.
- Tasks : Tasks can be research work, essays, presentations, or other types of projects submitted online.
- Forum participation : Forums are online discussion areas where students can exchange ideas on specific topics. Instructors can gauge student participation by reviewing their contribution to discussions.
- Self-assessment tests : Self-assessment tests allow students to assess themselves and measure their level of understanding of a given subject.
- Discussion forums : Moodle offers discussion forums for each course where learners can ask questions and interact with other course participants. Teachers can also answer learners' questions via these forums.
- Private messages : Learners can also send private messages to teachers to ask questions or seek clarification on specific topics.
Some general steps to access videos on Moodle:
- Log in to your Moodle account and navigate to the course for which you wish to access the videos.
- Go to the section containing the course videos. This section may be titled "Videos" or may be included in a larger section.
- Click on the video link to watch it. In general, videos can be viewed directly on the Moodle page or via a third-party video platform such as YouTube or Vimeo.
There are several ways to access additional resources
- Documentary or Documents section: In all the courses, generally, there is a section with a name similar to these which contains a folder containing the complementary resources in the form of files of any type
- Course dashboard: to access the dashboard, click on the Dashboard text in the blue banner at the top of the course page. It will show you a page with a few sections. In the Activities section, there is a resources link on which you will click to go to a page that lists all the course resources
- Administration of the site (on telephone): scroll down the page to go to the bottom of the page on the administration part of the site. Click the Download link. This will display a page with all the resources available to you with the possibility of selecting the desired resources in order to download them
- Sidebar (on desktop): On the course page, click on the red button with the text Show sidebars. Scroll down to the Administration part in the sidebar that will appear. Then click on the Download link under the Course Administration menu. This will display a page that contains a list of resources already checked with the possibility of unchecking in order to select the desired resources in order to download them
Generally at the end of each MOOC, a certificate of achievement is issued. The certificate is generally configured to be available only after validation of certain conditions established by the teaching. The conditions can be the completion of certain activities, a minimum mark obtained in a test or an assignment etc. Students must meet these requirements before they can access the certificate.
To directly access the documents or files of a course, you must be connected to the platform. Then, in the menu, click on Docs. In the page that will be displayed, click on the name of the course whose documents you want to access. This will lead to a page in which we will have a list of all the course documents that are available to us already checked. All that remains is to select/deselect the desired documents in order to download the desired ones.