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Do Apps really help students learn chemistry?
Poster Title: Do Apps really help students learn chemistry?
Submitted on 03 Mar 2014
Author(s): Enrique Arce-Medina and Patricia Flores-Allier
Affiliations: National Polytechnique Institute-Mexico
This poster was presented at Pittcon 2014
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Abstract: This poster presents a review of most useful mobile Apps for learning chemistry. Our objective on this ongoing research program is to examine the implementation of smartphones Apps for improving learner outcomes. It was applied to a theoretical course taught in a chemical engineering degree.
Summary: This study demonstrated that an increasing attention must be paid to the use of emerging technologies that improve student’s skills. We conclude that the smartphone can simplify learning and it could be of a great help when teachers supervise and direct the use of the Apps.
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