Professor Rosina M. Georgiadis’ use of “virtual machines” featured in Chemical & Engineering News
Georgiadis helps students as they work with virtual machines in the classroom.
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New approaches to undergraduate lab classes
Virtual machines, digital badges, and trips to the museum enrich the undergraduate lab experience.
When it comes to developing fresh educational approaches, college and university professors focus on the classroom and often neglect the laboratory. But, at the ACS national meeting, held earlier this month in San Francisco, attendees heard from professors who are working to improve the undergraduate laboratory experience.