Virtual Chemistry Lab (VIKRAM HORE)

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VIRTUAL LABORATORIES AND M-LEARNING Presented by Mr. Vikram G. Hore Guided by Dr. V.S. Sapkal (Prof. & Head) UNIVESITY DEPT. OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, SANT GADGE BABA AMRAVATI UNIVERSITY, AMRAVTI Miss Priyanka S. Harley

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INDEX Abstract Introduction Virtual Laboratories; Ex. Virtual Chemistry Laboratories. Learning Objects M-learning (Mobile learning) M-lab proposal and methodology Conclusion References

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Figure: The virtual chemistry laboratory

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FIG.: SNAP SHOT OF VIRTUAL CHEMISTRY LAB, SHOWING A VEIW FROM OUTSIDE THE ENTRANCE.

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VIRTUAL CHEMISTRY LAB

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Fig.: Screen shot of the Virtual Chemistry Laboratory, showing a Pipette Filler being carried.

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Fig.: Screen shot of the Virtual Chemistry Laboratory showing items of apparatus that have been connected together using the drag and drop interface.

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Picture. Scheme of access to experiences through mobile devices.

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Fig. Phases of the experiences in the virtual laboratory

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Picture. Methodology of the usage of the laboratory in the Classroom.

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ADVANTAGES 1. Good to explain concepts; 2. There’s no time or place restrictions on the access; 3. To allow interactivity; 4. To have a low development, usage and maintenance cost; 5. To offer security, which means that it will not occur any risky operation or unwilling effect; 6. They allow the establishment of patterns to divulge scientific work, mainly in experimental areas, as researchers can show their methods through simulations; 7. To rise the productivity by reducing the time of travels and by giving to students the capacity to participate in several experiences that are geographically spread; 8. To allow the share of resources that were limited to a number of persons, since several users in different towns can share one single resource in a cooperative way; 9. To allow the student to work with cooperative tools; 10. To develop new abilities.

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