Environmental and Biochemical Teaching Aids on the WWW

Authors:

William D. Kuchinski and Henry R. Bungay


ABSTRACT:

The World-Wide Web is an impressive resource that is used in environmental and chemical engineering courses at RPI. The teacher authored some hypertext packages that also serve as templates for student term projects. Students say they enjoy developing teaching aids for the World-Wide Web and must learn a great deal about the material in order to teach it. The internet opens new doors for education in terms of pacing, interaction, and student interest.

PROJECTS:

Recently, 32 educational hypertext presentations for the World Wide Web were developed by students as term projects for biochemical engineering and for environmental engineering. Please feel free to select one or both areas to see how the students are using the World-Wide Web.


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Last update: 2 Feb 95