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Practical Work of Digital System Course Based on Virtual Laboratory

Rudi Mulya, Krismadinata Krismadinata, Nizwardi Jalinus, Hansi Effendi
2021 International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE)  
The data collection instrument used a student perception questionnaire on the instructional aspect and a student perception questionnaire on the appearance of the learning model and ease of operation.  ...  In this paper, a virtual laboratory is used for digital systems practice courses which are carried out online.  ...  op this model at times will need to pay attention to the availability of the login history facility its users.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v17i08.23359 fatcat:5brs3pgmpjbi3ndzlcdtgfic3q

Reform and Practice of Immersive Teaching in Environmental Acoustics

Haitao Wang, Xiangyang Zeng, Ye Lei, Shuwei Ren, Xiaoyan Zhang
2021 Journal of Contemporary Educational Research  
Taking the course of Spatial Hearing and 3D Stereo as an example, this study develops a virtual simulation experiment system for the topic of subjective hearing perception in order to carry out the reform  ...  Affected by practical equipment and other factors, the teaching effect of knowledge points relevant to subjective auditory perception contained in the course is poor.  ...  Through high-frequency perception practice, students can master the learned content through immersive experience. At the end of the course, a questionnaire survey was conducted among 23 students.  ... 
doi:10.26689/jcer.v5i12.2837 fatcat:ysigi47aufb3zfcnzllpk3uffe

An Inquiry into the Pedagogy of the Sensory Perception Tasting Component of Wine Courses in the Time of COVID-19

Adam Carmer, Natalia Velikova, Jean Hertzman, Christine Bergman, Michael Wray, Taricia LaPrevotte Pippert
2020 Wine Business Journal  
Table 2 Solutions being considered to implement the sensory perception (SP) component of wine courses during a pandemic FULLY FACE-TO-FACE OR HYBRID COURSES FULLY ONLINE COURSES Course Structure -All  ...  (2) What solutions are being considered to implement the sensory perception component of wine courses during COVID-19?  ... 
doi:10.26813/001c.18612 fatcat:gi4wcsrdlzgazf7bp6ppznh5fa

Implementing and evaluating virtual patient cases within a team-based learning pedagogy in a therapeutics course sequence

Rima A. Mohammad, Vicki L. Ellingrod, Barry E. Bleske
2018 Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy  
Objectives: To evaluate short-term learning outcomes and student perception of implementing virtual simulation within a TBL therapeutics course series.  ...  Use of virtual patients has been previously evaluated in non-TBL courses and has resulted in improved student learning.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Funding through the University of Michigan Third Century Initiative to support our study. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jac5.1053 fatcat:bbg2vz2zkbcpzpw5x6ov6brkje

An Inquiry Into the Pedagogy of the Sensory Perception Tasting Component of Wine Courses in the Time of COVID-19

Adam Carmer, Natalia Velikova, Jean Hertzman, Christine Bergman, Michael Wray, Taricia LaPrevotte Pippert
2020 Wine Business Journal  
In Summer 2020, the BevEd SIG became a virtual faculty learning community of both experienced and novice beverage instructors.  ...  The evaluation of the challenges of teaching the sensory perception tasting component of wine courses during COVID-19 and the solutions developed by the BevEd SIG to address them can be considered best  ...  and brought to classroom. • None that are course related. members via a virtual meeting, specifically created for the BevEd SIG membership.  ... 
doi:10.26813/001c.22052 fatcat:beqceuyj2re6bdt7sp5adoh6je

The Use of Virtual Laboratories and Other Web-based Tools in a Drug Assay Course

Marissa Waldman Dunham, Konstantine Ghirtis, Mustapha Beleh
2012 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
To determine students' perceptions of and performance in a drug assay laboratory course after the addition of Web-based multimedia tools.  ...  Students' perception of the course improved significantly after the introduction of the tools and the new teaching model.  ...  of their second year to assess students' perception after completing most of the basic sciences courses and some of the clinical sciences courses.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe76584 pmid:22761525 pmcid:PMC3386035 fatcat:avvf5vuavvc4nkre2w4ssbd6ta

Virtual Versus Paper-based Cases in Reinforcing the Collect and Assess Elements of the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process

Jonathan S. Newsome, Takova D. Wallace-Gay, Osama A. Shoair
2020 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Each student received a score for their performance on questions related to the collect and assess elements of the PPCP.  ...  To compare pharmacy students' perceptions about and performance when using paper-based versus virtual patient cases to reinforce knowledge of the collect and assess elements of the Pharmacists' Patient  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was funded by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Grant in 2018. The authors thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe7806 pmid:32773834 pmcid:PMC7405293 fatcat:zqzl4ev4nfe3db2nodhc33bo7m

COVID-19-Driven Improvements and Innovations in Pharmacy Education: A Scoping Review

Jennifer Courtney, Erika Titus-Lay, Ashim Malhotra, Jeffrey Nehira, Islam Mohamed, Welly Mente, Uyen Le, Linda Buckley, Xiaodong Feng, Ruth Vinall
2022 Pharmacy  
The COVID-19 pandemic led to many colleges of pharmacy having to make major changes relating to their infrastructure and delivery of their curriculum within a very short time frame, including the transition  ...  Our review of these identified four domains relating to the impact of COVID-19 on pharmacy education and/or effectiveness of adaptation strategies: (1) lab-based courses and activities (including interprofessional  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank all administrators, faculty, staff, students, and preceptors at CNU and CNUCOP for helping ensure the continued success of our pharmacy program throughout  ... 
doi:10.3390/pharmacy10030060 pmid:35736775 pmcid:PMC9227261 fatcat:oeks6vys55aytbu5c6quvcnwf4

Distributed Software Development with One Hand Tied Behind the Back: A Course Unit to Experience the Role of Communication in GSD

Marco Kuhrmann, Jurgen Munch
2016 2016 IEEE 11th International Conference on Global Software Engineering Workshops (ICGSEW)  
We provide a detailed design of the course unit to allow for implementation in further courses.  ...  The course unit presented uses the controlled experiment instrument to provide the basic organization of a small software project carried out in virtual teams.  ...  The APM course was supported in part by the "Ernst Otto Fischer" teaching award/grant 2012 by Faculty of Informatics of Technische Universität München.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgsew.2016.13 dblp:conf/icgse/KuhrmannM16 fatcat:rxihskwmgbd2pdbx7sfuuutgzq

Students Experience of Hybrid- Education Model at The University of Baghdad College of Pharmacy

Kawther Khalid Ahmed, Ali Azeez Al-Jumaili, Salema Sultan Salman, Sarmed Hashem Kathem
2021 Iraqi Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences  
The survey aims to address points of strength and weakness associated with the hybrid education model and specifically the virtual content delivery aspect of hybrid education.  ...  The outcomes of the end of semester evaluation will shape a better experience for upcoming years and guide distance education implantation in the program.  ...  The authors developed new survey items to evaluate the student perceptions toward the implementation of hybrid education model.  ... 
doi:10.31351/vol30iss2pp269-277 fatcat:u7tni54uqja6xddf2kxrqpht7a

University students' perception of online learning: A case study of Virtual Class learning management system in the University of Lampung

Fajar Riyantika, Khairun Nisa, Budi Kadaryanto
2021 International Journal of Educational Studies in Social Sciences (IJESSS)  
The target participants were 272 students from various departments who were asked to complete a survey regarding their perceptions of the implementation of Virtual Class.  ...  However, since the initial implementation of Virtual Class at the start of the pandemic in early 2020, both positive and negative perceptions about its use have emerged.  ...  Funding This research received institutional grant from University of Lampung with the following grant number: 3492/UN26.13/PN.01.00.02/2021.  ... 
doi:10.53402/ijesss.v1i3.34 fatcat:mm6aujgnrjd4jaaxwagzb2hrha

STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES: IMPLEMENTATION OF VIRTUAL LABORATORY PHYSICS APPLICATIONS (PVL) DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Nindha Ayu Berlianti, Nur Hayati, Lina Arifah Fitriyah
2021 Jurnal Pena Sains  
It provides a change in students' learning style to make educators change online-based learning using various platforms, one of which is the Physics Virtual Lab (PVL).  ...  It shows that the implementation of PVL builds students' integrity and responsibility.  ...  The response data consisted of 13 multiple choice questions containing student perceptions of using a virtual physics lab with the help of used materials in practicum activities.  ... 
doi:10.21107/jps.v8i2.10845 fatcat:rjhap4lkzbdqrcbjsu7x6joo44

Virtual Classroom Usage and User Perception for English Learning as a Second Language at Universities in Lima, Peru

Carlos Celso La Torre Castillo
2021 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
A cross-sectional study was carried out to know the perceptions of private university students from Lima on the use of the necessary elements for an English language virtual classroom.  ...  In sum, most students were in favor of using the virtual classroom and having a previous experience favors a more positive perception towards online learning tools.  ...  Fig. 1 . 1 Students' perceptions on the use of virtual classroom elements for English courses Table 1 . 1 Carachteristics of participants Table 2 . 2 Difference in the perception on the use of virtual  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v16i08.19221 doaj:06bd29ab33db4f468e8196ca6e43dd61 fatcat:7rfchsalfbhzdda6fwldvaupta

Virtual Lab Integration in Undergraduate Courses: Insights from Course Design and Implementation

Maria Papaconstantinou, Dawn Kilkenny, Christopher Garside, William Ju, Hedieh Najafi, Laurie Harrison
2021 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
A study was conducted to examine students' perceptions of the usefulness of the virtual labs in terms of content knowledge and lab skills.  ...  The instructors of four biology-related courses at a Canadian university integrated Labster virtual labs in their courses as a pre-lab activity, lecture substitute, or to provide lab experience in courses  ...  To examine differences in the students' applied knowledge and skills, and the quality of their lab reports in relation to using a virtual lab, a virtual chemistry lab was developed for a mandatory undergraduate  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt27853 fatcat:5oxbe4bjwjgcjp6hhmw2wcyumm

Virtual Learning Environments as Mediating Factors in Student Satisfaction with Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Simon Cassidy
2016 Journal of Curriculum and Teaching  
Virtual learning environments (VLE) have become a standard feature of most courses in higher education, offering the potential to facilitate and improve teaching and learning.  ...  Results for the core module showed a marked increase in the percentage of students responding as extremely or very satisfied following the introduction of the VLE compared to the pre VLE period.  ...  Smart and Cappel explain the effect in terms of the underlying perceptions of relevance of elected courses which may motivate students to invest the increased effort required for e-learning.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jct.v5n1p113 fatcat:jwwq2isjufa33jpegukbhlopoa
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