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    PORTFOLIO

    VIRAL DISEASE

    KHD 202

    Lecture (s):

    Prof. Dr, Rahaju Ernawati, Drh., M.Sc

    Drh. Adi Prijo Rahardjo, M.Si

    Dr. Jola Rahmahani,Drh., M.Kes

    Prof. Dr. Fedik Abdul Rantam, Drh.

    Prof. Dr. Suwarno, Drh., M.Si

    DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY

    FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

    UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA

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    LIST OF CONTENTS

    MODULE HANDBOOK :

    A. Course Identity ........................................................................................................ 3 B. Maping LO to CO ................................................................................................... 6 C. Course topic ............................................................................................................ 6 D. Assessment Rubric .................................................................................................. 7 E. Assessment system .................................................................................................. 9

    COURSE ASSESSMENT TA 2017/2018 :

    A. Course Outcome Evaluation ................................................................................... 10 B. Course Development Plan ....................................................................................... 16 C. Summary of Lecturer Evaluation by Students ....................................................... 16 D. Appendix

    1. Examination : Question Sheets 2. Student Answer Sample (Maximum, Average, Minimum) 3. Student Questionnaire Summary

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    MODULE HANDBOOK

    Course: Viral Disease

    Academic Year: 2017/2018

    A. Course Identity

    Module name Viral Disease

    Module Level Bachelor

    Abbreviation,

    if applicable

    KHD 202

    Courses

    included in

    the module of

    applicable

    -

    Semester/Ter

    m

    4/second year

    Module

    Coordinator

    Prof. Dr. Rahaju Ernawati, Drh., M.Sc

    Lecturer (s) Prof. Dr, Rahaju Ernawati, Drh., M.Sc

    Drh. Adi Prijo Rahardjo, M.Si

    Dr. Jola Rahmahani,Drh., M.Kes

    Prof. Dr. Fedik Abdul Rantam, Drh.

    Prof. Dr. Suwarno, Drh., M.Si

    Languange Indonesia/English

    Classification

    s within the

    curriculum

    Compulsary Course

    Teaching

    format / class

    hours per

    week during

    the semester

    2 Hours lecture/week and 2 hours practice

    Workload lecture 2 hours x 14 weeks = 28 hours

    laboratory practice 2 hours x 6 weeks = 12 hours

    exams 1 hour x 2 = 2 hours

    FGD 1 hour x 1weeks = 1hour

    quiz 1 hour x 4 = 4 hours

    self study 1 hours x 14 = 14 hours

    Total 64 hours

    Credit points 3

    Requirements Virology, Physiology, Biochemistry, and Anatomy

    Learning

    goals/compen

    tencies

     CO1 Knowing and understanding in terms of Etiology, Transmission, Pathogenesis and Clinical Symptoms of various diseases in animals

    caused by DNA and RNA viruses and ways to diagnose and control the

    diseases. The compulsary diseases are listed bellow:

    1. Food and Mouth Disease (FMD), Stomatitis vesicularis, Malignant

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    Catarrhal Fever (MCF) 2. Canine Parvovirus, Feline Distemper, Feline Calici Virus, Corona

    viruses in cats and dogs.

    3. Influenza and Parainfluenza 4. Equine Encephalitis, Japanese B Encephalitis 5. Rabies, Bovine Ephimeral Fever 6. Cows’ pox, Ebola virus 7. Bovine Spongioform Encephalopaty (BSE), Scrapie, Hanta virus,

    Westnile

    8. Rinderpest, Bovine Virus Diarrhoea and Mucosal Disease (BVD- MD), Jembrana

    9. Bovine Leucemia, Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis and Infectious Pustular Vaginitis (IBR-IPV).

    10. Hog Cholera, Pseudorabies 11. Orf, Blue Tongue

     CO2 Being able to applying the theories of ethiology, pathogenesis, diagnose technique to conduct a correct conclution of viral diseases.

    Make differential diagnoses and differenciate between each of them.

     CO3 Being able to analyze the similar symptoms and evaluate the laboratory test (identify the viruses and serological test/ELISA, HI, CFT)

    to diagnose correctly. Being able to analyze serologically and

    molecularly the compulsary diseases.

     CO4 After finishing the course, student would be able to conduct a teamwork to discuss some discipline lectures

    1. Work discipline/complete assignments on time 2. Perseverance (effort in understanding cases which handled, effort in

    improving skills)

    3. Interests (focusing, responding, actively asking questions, passionate, diligent responsibility (in performing tasks and more concerned with

    duties rather than personal interests)

    4. Modesty (adapting to local situations and norms, courtesy to others / counselors)

    5. Responsibility (in performing tasks and more concerned with duties rather than personal interests)

    6. Attendance

    Content 1. Food and Mouth Disease (FMD), Stomatitis vesicularis, Malignant Catarrhal Fever (MCF)

    2. Canine Parvovirus, Feline Distemper, Feline Calici Virus, Corona viruses in cats and dogs.

    3. Influenza and Parainfluenza

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    4. Equine Encephalitis, Japanese B Encephalitis 5. Rabies, Bovine Ephimeral Fever 6. Cows’ pox, Ebola virus 7. Bovine Spongioform Encephalopaty (BSE), Scrapie, Hanta virus,

    Westnile

    8. Rinderpest, Bovine Virus Diarrhoea and Mucosal Disease (BVD- MD), Jembrana

    9. Bovine Leucemia, Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis and Infectious Pustular Vaginitis (IBR-IPV).

    10. Stuctural assignment/FGD 11. Hog Cholera, Pseudorabies 12. Orf, Blue Tongue 13. Structural Assignment

    Study/ exam

    achievement Assessment

    aspect

    Assessment

    element

    Point Course

    outcome (CO)

    Cognitive Assignment

    Quis

    Mid Exam

    Final Exam

    10%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    CO1, CO2,

    CO3

    Psychomotor Laboratory

    Practice

    20% CO2, CO3

    Affective Focus Group

    Discussion

    (FGD), lecture

    and laboratory

    practice

    Activity;

    Presence;

    Discipline;

    Politness

    10% CO4

    Score Index :

    A 100 ˃ AS ≥ 75

    AB 70 ˃ AS ≥ 74.9

    B 69.9 ˃ AS ≥ 65

    BC 64.9 ˃ AS ≥ 60

    C 59.9 ˃ AS ≥ 55

    D 54.9 ˃ AS ≥ 45

    E 45 ˃ AS

    *AS = Absolute Score

    Forms of

    Media

    Power point slide and LCD projectors, whiteboard, laboratory, ELISA

    reader, Inferted microscope

    Literature 1. Fenner, F. J. et al. 1995. Veterinary Virology. Terjemahan :

    Putra,D.K.H. IKIP Semarang Press, Semarang

    2. Murphy.F.A, EPJ Gibbs, M.C.Horzinek, M.J.Studdert. 1999.

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    Veterinary Virology 3rd Ed. Academic Press. San Diego. London. Boston. New York. Sydney. Tokyo. Toronto

    3. Modrow, S., D. Falke. 1997. Molekulare Virologie. Spektrum

    Akademischer Verlag. Heidelberg – Berlin - Oxford

    4. Nicholas, H (2011) Fundamentals of molecular virologi

    Notes -

    B. Mapping LO to CO

    LO CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4

    LO2 Analyze diagnosis of animal diseases caused by

    virus, bacteria, parasite, mold and toxin based on

    physic and laboratory examination in order to

    treat correctly

    ˅ ˅ ˅ ˅

    LO8 Implement veterinary and husbandry science and

    technology creatively based on ethics, morality,

    religion, Pancasila and civics in public

    ˅

    C. Course Topic

    No. Week Topic

    1 1 Food and Mouth Disease (FMD), Stomatitis vesicularis, Malignant

    Catarrhal Fever (MCF)

    2 2 Canine Parvovirus, Feline Distemper, Feline Calici Virus, Corona viruses in

    cats and dogs.

    3 3 Influenza and Parainfluenza

    4 4 Equine Encephalitis, Japanese B Encephalitis

    5 5 Rabies, Bovine Ephimeral Fever

    6 6 Cows’ pox, Ebola virus

    7 7 Bovine Spongioform Encephalopaty (BSE), Scrapie, Hanta virus, Westnile

    8 8 Rinderpest, Bovine Virus Diarrhoea and Mucosal Disease (BVD-MD),

    Jembrana

    9 9 Bovine Leucemia, Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis and Infectious Pustular

    Vaginitis (IBR-IPV).

    10 10 Stuctural assignment

    11 11 Hog Cholera, Pseudorabies

    12 12 Orf, Blue Tongue

    13 13 Structural Assignment

    14 14 FGD

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    Assessment Rubic

    CO Not Acceptable

    0-45

    Below Acceptable

    45.1-64.9

    Meet Acceptable

    65-75

    Exceed Acceptable

    75.1-100

    1 Students don’t know

    about Etiology,

    Transmission,

    Pathogenesis and

    Clinical Symptoms

    of various diseases

    in animals caused by

    DNA and RNA

    viruses and ways to

    diagnose and control

    the diseases. The

    following diseases