The complex organization of courses in Pharmaceutical Analysis which also include practical lessons held in chemistry laboratories and the need to reduce the number of hours for each course due to the organization of degree courses in semesters, makes blended-learning techniques optimal tools to significantly improve the quality of teaching. This work describes the teaching experiences used to supplement the first modules of Medicinal Analysis I and Drug Analysis in the Master’s degree courses in Pharmacy and Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the Faculty of Pharmacy, the University of Torino.

Blended-learning for courses in Pharmaceutical Analysis

CARON, Giulia;VISENTIN, Sonia;ERMONDI, Giuseppe
2011

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The complex organization of courses in Pharmaceutical Analysis which also include practical lessons held in chemistry laboratories and the need to reduce the number of hours for each course due to the organization of degree courses in semesters, makes blended-learning techniques optimal tools to significantly improve the quality of teaching. This work describes the teaching experiences used to supplement the first modules of Medicinal Analysis I and Drug Analysis in the Master’s degree courses in Pharmacy and Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the Faculty of Pharmacy, the University of Torino.
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blended learning; pharmaceutical analysis
Giulia Caron; Sonja Visentin; Giuseppe Ermondi
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