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In this talk, the chemical concepts of oxidation and reduction are explained by the use of time lapse photography, photos, and animations.
The abundance of easy to use technology has enabled the creation of tutorials and illustrations that help students understand processes or ideas that are often difficult to conceptualize. This presentation will show a tutorial that was created to demonstrate a chemical process using tools and equipment that either faculty already own themselves or are available through their institution's media services department. It will also demonstrate the necessary collaboration between faculty, instructional designers and instructional media personnel to create meaningful and significant instructional aids to help students master difficult, complicated, or abstruse concepts in their courses. We will discuss the creation process and offer "best practices" suggestions and how this can easily be transferred to other disciplines.
Prem D. Sattsangi, Ph.D.Associate Professor of ChemistryPenn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus 2201 University DriveLemont Furnace, PA 15456