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ECTN-2 • Work Package 03

Chemical Education using Multimedia

Updated: 11-01-2014 23:10

Leaders

Antonio Lagana, University of Perugia, IT.

Members

Anna Croft, University of Wales, Bangor, UK; Antonio Ferrer Correia, University of Aveiro, PT; Antony Rest, University of Southampton, UK; Bjorn Pedersen, University of Oslo, NO; Dimitra Kovala-Demertzi, University of Ioannina, GR; Ernst Bratz, TU Munich, DE; Evangelia Varella, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GR; Gabriella Borzone, University of Genova, IT; George Marouli, University of Patras, GR; Gian Franco Tantardini, University of Milan, IT; Gustavo Avitabile, University of Napoli, IT; I.L. Dukov, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, BG; Janusz Wojcik, University Gliwice, PL; Jens Josephsen, Roskilde University, IT; Johannes Fröhlich, TU Wien, AT; Jose A. Rodriguez Renuncio, Complutense University Madrid, ES; Jose Rodriguez Izquierdo, University of Cadiz, ES; Kristiina Wähälä, University of Helsinki, FI; Marek Frankowicz,Jagiellonian University, PL; Marcello Longeri, University of Calabria, IT; Mariano Fajardo, University Rey Juan Carlos, ES; Michael Gagan, The Open University, Manchester, UK; Michael Thomas, University of Greenwich, UK; Paul C. Yates, University of Keele, UK; Rinaldo Marazza, University of Genova, IT.

Aim of the group

MULTIMEDIA IN TEACHING AND LEARNING CHEMISTRY (MUTALC). Aim of the MUTALC group has been the development of e-tools for teaching and learning chemistry. It has been funded in the years 2001 and 2002.

Period of Activity

2001 - 2002

Meetings

MUTALC has regularly met at all the annual conferences of ECTN held after its institution (Perugia 2002, Prague 2003, Toulouse 2004, Thessaloniki 2005, Vienna 2006) and the general meeting of Dresden (2004). The MUTALC working group has also met as such in Roskilde (15-16, Sept 2001, Helsinki 12-13 Nov 2004, Perugia 9-12 Dec 2004) and by side to some Computational Science conferences.

Reporting
  • 2002: Report of the activities of the year 2001 presented at the ECTN general meeting of Perugia, may 8 and printed in the book “Virtual reality, web and grid technologies for e-learning in Chemistry”, A. Laganà, A. Riganelli eds, Morlacchi, 2003, p. 63
    ISBN 88-88778-41-1

  • 2003: Report of the activities of the year 2002 presented at the ECTN general meeting of Prague, April 24 and printed in the book “Virtual reality, web and grid technologies for e-learning in Chemistry”, A. Laganà, A. Riganelli eds, Morlacchi, 2003, p. 65
    ISBN 88-88778-41-1

  • THE BOOK “Virtual reality, web and grid technologies for e-learning in Chemistry”, A. Laganà, A. Riganelli eds, Morlacchi, 2003,
    ISBN 88-88778-41-1 collects the outcomes of the activities of the funded period. Its Table of contents is:
    Page 5 – E-learning guidelines from the PROMETEUS project (A. Riganelli, A. Laganà)
    Page 29 – GELMS: a grid based e-learning approach to molecular sciences (J. Barek, A.K. Croft, A. Chuchalin, D. Kovala-Demertzi, G. Dzido, P. Kubacek, P. Yates, M. Frankowicz, J. Froehlich, O. Gervasi, A. Laganà, M. Rui, R. Salzer, E. Varella, K. Wahala, R. Whewell) (Errata corrige: in the book the GELMS project is quoted as GEMS due to a printing error)
    Page 63 – ELCHEM-MuTALC Metalaboratory report 2001
    Page 65 – ELCHEM-MuTALC Metalaboratory report 2002
    Page 69 – N. Papapdopoulos, M. Limniou, Simulated experiments for Laboratory training
    Page 77 – J. Majewski, G. Dzido, The organization of the management with chemical substances and wastes at Polish Universities on the example of the Faculty of Chemistry at the Silesian University of Technology

  • 2004: Reports of the activities of the year 2003-2004 prepared for ECTN records. Files: toulous04report.ppt and mutalcrep04.doc.

  • 2005: Report of the activities of the year 2004-2005 prepared for the ECTN records. File The2005activities.doc.

  • 2006: Reports of the activities of the year 2005-2006 prepared for the ECTN records. Files: finalmutalc06.doc, new06wg.ppt, newmultimediaposition.doc.

  • 2007: Report on the confluence of MUTALC into the “Innovative Methods in University Chemistry Teaching” working group established at the annual meeting of Vienna April 2006. File mutalctoinno.doc.

  • Final Report: Multimedia Chemistry Learning Report / HTM Web page