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Learning chemistry using web-based interaction

First Year • Assessment, Guided activity, Problem set, Tutorial • Analytical chemistry, Chemistry, Electrochemistry, General Chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry

300 web-based interactive learner-friendly activities dealing with chemical concepts introduced in high school and at first year university.

Physclips

Physclips

First Year • Lecture, Tutorial, Video / Audio • Electromagnetism, Mathematics, Mechanics, Optics / Waves, Physics, Thermal Physics and Statistics

A series of film clips, animations and short tutorials in introductory physics. Physclips has volumes on Mechanics, Sound and Waves, and Light.

Scims

Science and Mathematics Simulations (SciMS)

First Year, Second Year, Third Year • Assessment, Simulation, Tutorial • Applied Mathematics, Introductory Mathematics, Mathematics and statistics, Pure Mathematics

SciMS is a set of online interactive simulations written with Geogebra/ Javascript demonstrating a particular mathematical or physical concept.

Complexanalysis

Complex Analysis – A Visual and Interactive Introduction

Second Year, Third Year • Simulation, Tutorial • Applied Mathematics, Mathematics and statistics

A collection of selected topics and interactive applets on the theory and applications of complex functions from a visual point of view; a supplementa

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MyScope Training

Honours / Postgraduate, Third Year • Assessment, Guided activity, Laboratory, Tutorial • Cross disciplines, Practical skills

MyScope Training is an online learning environment that combines theory with practice to train researchers to use various advanced microscopes.

Clips

CLIPS – Communication learning in practice for scientists

First Year, Honours / Postgraduate, Second Year, Third Year • Guided activity, Tutorial • Communication skills including science communication, Cross disciplines

The CLIPS website provides essential information on communication skills that a science student needs during their degree and in the workplace.

Scims

Science and Mathematics Simulations (SciMS)

First Year, Second Year, Third Year • Assessment, Laboratory, Simulation, Tutorial • Electromagnetism, Mathematics, Mechanics, Optics / Waves, Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermal Physics and Statistics

SciMS is a set of online interactive simulations written with Geogebra/ Javascript demonstrating a particular mathematical or physical concept.