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Criteria used in the evaluation of educational resources. It should be emphasized that all analyses were based only on the immunology content of each educational resource and were carried out by two authors with adequate knowledge of immunology and cellular biology at least 5 yr of immunology or cellular biology teaching. The assessments were carried out in a blind manner, i. Finally, as web access through smart phones and tablets is progressively increasing, the last tool updates and the compatibility with mobile devices 21 for each selected educational resource were identified whenever possible.

The search for educational immunology teaching and training animations returned a high number of hits over 40, concerning short animations in international websites, including video classes, cartoons, and animations. However, the particular search for OER aimed at immunology learning developed by educational or research institutions or professionals returned a low number of freely available internet resources, as related to the amount of total information in the field.

Nonetheless, several educational resources on the internet were found, presented as quite attractive and user-friendly tools, with colorful three-dimensional graphics and motivational environments. Furthermore, content-clear and interactive animations can be found on a number of websites Table 2.

Some of the listed sites, displaying distinct features as educational resources in immunology, are discussed below.


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  5. Table 2. List of open educational resources with immunology contents available in English developed by educational institutions or professionals. NI, Not identified. This site supports the production of several educational materials directed toward students, comprising several expected features for a successful web educational tool, including a well-defined scope, author descriptions, teacher guidance, worksheets to test the learned content, and different interactive resources, such as animations and movies.

    Four specific topics referring to immunology are found at this site: a guide to teach immunology, as part of the institutional interactive media resources; a click-and-learn resource about immune system cells [which is accessed from an acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS topic], accompanied by a student worksheet; and two animation resources concerning effector T lymphocytes, where one describes the events involving antigen recognition by T-helper cells and consequent clonal proliferation, and the other concerns the viral extermination activity of cytotoxic T cells.

    The website also contains animations and interactive activities concerning anatomy and physiology. Furthermore, they can answer questions concerning immunity in a quiz format or study offline and take part in interactive activities, such as labeling exercises, crossword puzzles, flashcards, and concentration game. CELLS alive! The animations are very didactic and compatible with mobile devices. The virtual Immunology site is also noteworthy 2. Developed by the Laboratory of Cellular Communication, at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, this website presents interactive animations that allow the user to manipulate events using a computer handheld pointing device mouse.

    All steps are followed by explanatory audio and subtitles, and the animations present a real situation in which students can observe immunological events and interact during different stages. Currently, it is not compatible with mobile devices, but the team is working on developing this compatibility.

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    Although its contents are interesting and didactic, three sites presented in Table 2 have not been updated in the last 10 yr. The animations are didactic concerning several important immunology topics, part of the 7th edition of the book, last updated in , and incompatible with mobile devices. The website contains animations on several physiology, cellular and molecular biology and immunology themes.