On-line Tools to Teach Chemical Engineering: Exploring Synergies
Keywords:On-line labs, Chemical Processes, e-learning, simulators
This paper presents an open platform developed for the teaching of Chemical Processes stressing the synergistic effects of combining in the same platform different tools and also different subjects. The benefit for the students of the approach followed is discussed, namely on what concerns knowledge integration. The results of a questionnaire which has been filled by the students during the last four school years are presented. Access to the platform is continuously monitored and will be reported here.
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