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Latest revision as of 06:39, 16 January 2019

Visual Cue Narration
Slide Number 1

Title Slide

Welcome to this spoken tutorial on Overview of ChemCollective Vlabs.
Slide Number 2

Learning Objectives

In this tutorial we will learn,
  • About ChemCollective Vlabs
  • About ChemCollective Vlabs offline interface
  • Benefits of ChemCollective Vlabs
  • Play video clippings of ChemCollective Vlabs tutorials available on our website.
Slide Number 3

System Requirement

https://java.com/en/download

To record this tutorial I am using,
  • Mac OS version 10.10.5
  • ChemCollective Vlabs version 2.1.0-3D
  • Java version 1.8.0

We need Java Runtime Environment to run Vlabs offline version.

To Install Java, please use the link shown.

Slide Number 4

Pre-requisites

To follow this tutorial learner should have knowledge of, high School Chemistry.
Slide Number 5

About Chemcollective Vlabs

The ChemCollective Vlabs is a simulation of a chemistry lab.

It is available in both online and offline modes.

It is available free of charge to all educators and students.

Slide Number 6

About Chemcollective Vlabs

https://nsdl.oercommons.org

ChemCollective Virtual labs are a part of National Science Digital Library(NSDL).
Point to the interface. I have opened the ChemCollective Vlabs interface.
Click and show the menus. The interface has standard menu items like

File, Edit, Tools, View and Help.

Click on Glassware drop-down >> select 250 mL Beaker. I will click on Glassware drop-down and select 250 mL Beaker.
Right-click on 250 mL Beaker.

Point to context menu.

Open and show Edit menu.

Right-click on 250 mL Beaker.

Its context menu opens.

This menu includes Edit menu options along with other options.

Click on View menu and select Themes.

Point to the themes in the sub-menu.

Click on View menu and select Themes.

A sub-menu opens with the following options.

Point to Metal theme.

Select Presentation theme.

By default Metal theme is selected.

I will select Presentation theme.

Click on Help menu >> select Contents.

Point to Table of Contents.

Click on Help menu and select Contents.

Virtual Lab Help opens. It has Table of Contents.

Each heading has information about how to use Vlabs.

Slide Number 7

Benefits

Some of the benefits of Vlabs are listed here.
  • Vlabs allow careful observation and safe measurement of parameters
  • Useful in experiments that involve risks to the health and physical integrity of learners.
Slide Number 8

Benefits

  • Students can experiment without limitations of space or time.
  • Vlabs are cheaper, faster, less risky and more affordable than the real process.
  • Teachers can use Vlabs as pre-lab exercise.
Slide Number 9

Benefits

  • Vlabs will help students learn basic laboratory techniques.
  • Vlabs can be used as in-class activities for individuals or teams.
Slide Number 10

Video Clippings

Now, we will briefly go through the individual tutorials created in this series.
Slide Number 11

Download and installation of Vlabs

The First tutorial in the series is Download and Installation of Vlabs

This tutorial explains,

About ChemCollective website and online interface.

Download and run vlabs on Windows and Mac.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 12

Spoken Tutorial: Preparation of Standard Solutions

The next tutorial is Preparation of Standard Solutions.

This tutorial explains,

how to prepare standard solution of,

1 molar sodium chloride.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 13

Spoken Tutorial: Dilutions and pH measurement.

The next tutorial is Dilutions and pH measurement.

In this tutorial we will measure,

change in pH for solutions of acids and bases on dilution.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 14

Spoken Tutorial: Density of Metals and Liquids

Next tutorial in the series is Density of Metals and Liquids.

In this tutorial, we will determine,

Densities of metals and liquids.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 15

Spoken Tutorial: Effect of Temperature on Solubility

Next tutorial is Effect of Temperature on Solubility

This tutorial explains,

Effect of temperature on solubility of salts.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 16

Spoken Tutorial: Acid-Base Titrations

Next tutorial in the series is Acid-Base Titrations

This tutorial explains how to standardise,

acid-base using titration method.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 17

Spoken Tutorial: Buffer Solutions

Next tutorial is Buffer Solutions.

This tutorial explains how to,

prepare acetate buffer and test the buffering action.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 18

Spoken Tutorial: Heat of Reaction

Next tutorial in the series is Heat of Reaction.

This tutorial explains,

how to calculate heats of reaction for neutralization reactions.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 19

Spoken Tutorial: Metal Displacement Reactions

Next tutorial is Metal Displacement Reactions.

This tutorial explains about metal displacement reactions.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 20

Spoken Tutorial: Determination of Equilibrium Constant

Next tutorial is Determination of Equilibrium Constant

This tutorial explains,

How to calculate equilibrium constant.

About effect of change in temperature and concentration on equilibrium.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 21

Determination of Solubility Product

Next tutorial is Determination of Solubility Product

This tutorial explains how to,

Determine Solubility of salts

Calculate Solubility Product.

Play ST Here is the video clipping of this tutorial.
Slide Number 22

Summary

Let us summarize,

In this tutorial we have learnt,

  • About ChemCollective Vlabs
  • About ChemCollective Vlabs offline interface.
  • Benefits of ChemCollective Vlabs.
  • Play video clippings of ChemCollective Vlabs tutorials available on our website.
Slide Number 23

Assignment

As an assignment,

Open Vlabs interface and explore.

Explore table of contents in the Help menu.

Slide Number 24

About Spoken Tutorial project

The video at the following link summarises the Spoken Tutorial project.

Please download and watch it.

Slide Number 25 The Spoken Tutorial Project team:

conducts workshops and gives certificates

For more details, please write to us.

Slide Number 26

Forum for specific questions:

Do you have questions in THIS Spoken Tutorial?

Please visit this site

Choose the minute and second where you have the question

Explain your question briefly

Someone from our team will answer them

Slide Number 27

Forum for specific questions:

The Spoken Tutorial forum is for specific questions on this tutorial

Please do not post unrelated and general questions on them

This will help reduce the clutter

With less clutter, we can use this discussion as instructional material.

Side Number 28

Acknowledgement


http://spoken-tutorial.org/NMEICT-Intro

Spoken Tutorial Project is funded by NMEICT, MHRD, Government of India.

More information on this mission is available at this link.

This is tutorial is contributed by Madhuri Ganapathi and Snehalatha Kaliappan from, IIT Bombay.

Thank you for watching.

Contributors and Content Editors

Madhurig