USA 11:00 am EDT, 8:00 am PDT, 16:00 BST
Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry,
University of Illinois Springfield
Head of Strategic Marketing,
Digital learning technologies such as Elements are becoming more popular in post-secondary education because today's student grew up in a fully immersive digital environment and expect these tools when they transition from high school. Therefore, educators are embracing the online classroom environment to match the way students wish to consume material and engage with their professors. Most importantly, with the sharp increase in The Nontraditional Student who is balancing home, work, and academic pursuits, offline access to material has become critical to their success.
This webinar will explore Elements, an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN), that aid in the documentation, organization and management of scientific information created and delivered over the web in a software as service model (SaaS) by PerkinElmer. In this webinar we will show you how Professor Layne Morsch is using Elements in the classroom to teach basic and advanced chemistry.
- Approaches to teaching the traditional/non-traditional learner
- Elements place in the scientific classroom/laboratory
- Examples of Elements for laboratory training
- Going further with Elements