Guidelines

Guidelines

COVID-19 Library and COVID-19 Digital Classroom aim to provide high quality, relevant and up to date resources that will help to improve the performance of community-based health workers and trainers. The library hosts learning tools, courses, job aids, videos, and similar resources.

All resources submitted to COVID-19 Library will be evaluated by our Content Review Team against the following criteria:

  1. General
    1. Is the resource specific to COVID-19?
    2. Is the resource released under an open license (Creative Commons or public domain)?
    3. Is the resource culturally sensitive, so FLWs can identify with the providers and patients in the resource?
    4. Is the resource relevant and authentic to FLWs working in low-resource environments?
    5. Is the content gender sensitive and not male-centric?
    6. Is the language used consistent with language in other library resources?
  2. Medical
    1. Is the information clear, correct and authentic?
    2. Does the resource reflect current medical guidelines and best practice?
  3. Technical
    1. Is the resource suitable for the intended delivery method or device?
    2. Has the resource been produced to a high technical quality, including: sound and video quality, pace of dialogue, production quality of written materials?
  4. Training
    1. Does the resource have clear learning objectives?
    2. Does the resource demonstrate a strong pedagogical underpinning?
    3. Is the resource written in clear, easy to understand language, following plain language best practices?
    4. Is the content presented in a way that is interesting and engaging for the end user?