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Title: E-Learning Based Chemical Information Extracting Tool (eChem)
Authors: Ratnayaka, L.
De Silva, P.S.U.
Wijesiri, H.N.M.
Samaradiwakara, A.M.
Ranpatabendi, N.
Rajapaksha, U.U.S.K.
Keywords: E-learning
chemical structure transformation
G.C.E. A/L
IUPAC naming
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2013
Series/Report no.: PG/IT/;0028
Abstract: Chemistry is considered one of the most difficult subjects to study. It is a compulsory subject at the GCE A/L science stream with a pass, a necessity. To help students with their difficulties regarding Chemistry an E-Learning tool for Chemistry is envisaged. This E-Learning tool for Advanced Level (A/L) Chemistry is the result of a research carried out to identify difficulties students face in understanding the basic theories of Organic Chemistry as related to problem solving. The E-Learning tool developed from the research supports student practice with Organic Chemistry transformations and structure drawing with different modes of learning. It serves as a support tool external to conventional classroom education. Students can use this e-learning tool to master their organic chemistry skills and practice many different kinds of questions once a lesson unit is completed. In addition, the system facilitates student learning to find out weak areas in answering questions. The system would assist not only students but also teachers to interact with students while using the paper marking component, the decision making component and the evaluation component.
Description: VOL.1,January 2012
Appears in Collections:Information Technology

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