Learning from Blended Chemistry Laboratories

@article{Kennepohl2013LearningFB,
  title={Learning from Blended Chemistry Laboratories},
  author={Dietmar Karl Kennepohl},
  journal={2013 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Technology for Education (t4e 2013)},
  year={2013},
  pages={135-138}
}
While laboratory or practical work is vital to many courses and programs within the sciences, it can also be the most challenging component to deliver effectively at a distance. In addition to the traditional face-to-face chemistry laboratory, Athabasca University has employed many alternative laboratories including virtual, remote and home-study laboratories to give our students the needed access and flexibility. Although the newer educational technologies often do provide viable substitutions… CONTINUE READING

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