April 20, 2017
April 20, 2017
April 22, 2017
Diversity and Pacific Southwest Section
Nanotechnology education is being offered by more and more universities around the world as the field of nanoscience is growing exponentially. This paper explores students’ needs on a mobile app based interactive self-learning for undergraduate nanotechnology education. The objective is to find baseline characteristics required to transforming traditional instructor-driven and, lecture-intensive teaching to more engaging student-driven interactive learning based on mobile devices. In order to identify students‘ needs on the proposed concept, a content analysis and a prototype exploration were conducted with 80 undergraduate college students.
Kim, S. J., & Liu, Y., & Yu, Z., & Cho, H. J., & Zhai, L., & Thomas, J. (2017, April), An Exploration of Students Needs for an App Based Interactive Nanotechnology Education Paper presented at 2017 Pacific Southwest Section Meeting, Tempe, Arizona. https://peer.asee.org/29203
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