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The Mechanisms app - Development of a new learning tool for active learning in organic chemistry Pre-final.pdf (821.16 kB)

The Mechanisms App: Development of a New Learning Tool for Active Learning in Organic Chemistry

submitted on 28.02.2019, 17:56 and posted on 01.03.2019, 16:29 by Julia Winter, Sarah E. Wegwerth, Brittland K. DeKorver, Layne A. Morsch, Dane DeSutter, Lawrence M. Goldman, Lauren Reutenauer
This paper details the development of the Mechanisms app for organic chemistry, from inception to prototype and commercial release and expansion. The early research with students and instructors is described.


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Declaration of Conflict of Interest

Authors Julia E. Winter, Sarah E. Wegwerth, Brittland K. DeKorver, and Layne A. Morsch have received compensation for work performed as employees, contractors, or consultants of Alchemie, the producer of Mechanisms.