Lectures: electronic presentations versus chalk and talk – a chemist’s view.

@article{Shallcross2007LecturesEP,
  title={Lectures: electronic presentations versus chalk and talk – a chemist’s view.},
  author={Dudley E. Shallcross and Timothy G. Harrison},
  journal={Chemistry Education Research and Practice},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={73-79}
}
An extensive survey of undergraduate Chemistry lectures from years 1-4 during 2004- 2005 has been undertaken. They were categorised according to the method used for delivery, where category 1 used only electronic media to deliver courses, category 2 used a mixture of electronic and non-electronic and category 3 used non-electronic only. Analysis of student questionnaires, coupled with interviews with a selection of students and lecturers from each category, revealed that the impact of the… 

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