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MLEARNING AND CHEMISTRY APPS ON IPAD

MLEARNING AND CHEMISTRY APPS ON IPAD

Grzegorz Krzyśko



Abstract: iPad is a very popular and useful tool in chemistry education as it makes teaching and learning more efficient. Students may use iPad and relevant apps at any stage of the learning process. Mobile technology progress creates new mLearning opportunities. The Apple iPad offers access to effective and efficient pedagogy in an easy and intuitive way. This document presents selected examples of free apps available to students and teachers.

Keywords: mLearning, iPad, applications, chemistry education, cognitive tools

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