The Educational field has been undergoing an evolution within the last couple of years with certain advancements in technology, wherein mobile devices are replacing books and chapters with E-learning applications. Gone are the days when students were required to bring textbooks of every subject to school each day. Nowadays, students can use digital learning techniques with more interactive and engaging techniques to help them learn and grasp topics like organic chemistry and derivatives better than our traditional learning techniques. Let us look into a few of the aspects of how mobile devices are changing the way we learn.

  • Engaging content: Unlike our conventional textbook methods with 2D images and dragging theory, what mobile devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones bring to the table is an interesting and engaging way of learning and understanding which can keep the students hooked onto the subject. With more interactive audio-video based content being offered to students, it helps them to see and understand what they otherwise would have had to visualize with their imagination and what they understood from the 2D images and explanations from their textbooks. For example the structure of eye, with textbook images you can only get a basic 2D idea but with 3D animations the complete structure can be understood.
    Up to date content: With the internet being globally accessible, students will have access to content which is up to date as it can be easily updated through the internet. In case anyone has a doubt about any topic, the internet can always be counted on to come forth with a solution.
    Global collaboration: Mobile devices and the internet can bring about collaboration among students from all over through blogs and forums. This feature has enabled students to discuss whatever topic they might want to discuss with relative ease with their friends, teachers and family from anywhere in the world. Groups can be created among various sets of people like friends from school to cbse schools in bangalore to even an international blog to discuss about generalised topics.
  • Memorizing: With 3D animation integrated audio-video classes being available on mobile devices, the brain is able to recall the video topics much easier when compared to the same topic which is read by the student. Consider the example of watching a movie over reading something on paper, you will be able to understand the topic and retain the memory longer in the first case better.

Hence we can see how with the help of technology, we have been enabled to broaden our horizons on what we want to learn, in a better way of understanding, retaining and communicating ideas with the world. Essentially, making us fall in love with learning. For more information on how smartphone technology can help you in your studying topics of chemistry like inorganic chemistry and more.

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