Benefits of the Molecular Conceptor Learning Series

Using computer-based learning to teach drug designThe Molecular Conceptor Learning Series has many benefits for teachers, students, and the university as a whole. By saving time in preparation and having the opportunity to use high-quality teaching materials, teachers can focus more on the actual teaching and less on the practical problems associated with creating educational material. Using computer-based learning (or e-learning), students can spend more time understanding the fundamental concepts so that they don't have to spend time learning about a number of different drug discovery tools. Universities benefit from the high scientific and educational level of the Molecular Conceptor Learning Series, which contributes to a high standard of the medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, drug design, biochemistry and pharmacology courses offered. Below, some benefits for teachers and students are listed in more detail.

Teacher Benefits

  • The teacher saves time in the preparation of educational material.
  • You can combine relevant topics to match curriculum of the course.
  • The educational material is already in a ready-to-use format that is more appealing than a standard PowerPoint presentation.
  • The software can also be used for research purposes.
  • You can access the material when you want - you don't have to be connected to the internet.
  • The modular structure gives a customized solution aimed either at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Student Benefits

  • E-Learning is self-paced.
  • The interactive functions and use of multimedia make the learning process more enjoyable.
  • The computer-based learning course allows students to target their own specific needs and tailor their learning accordingly.
  • Students can test their new knowledge quickly and easily.
  • Further information sources are provided to assist deeper research into topics.
  • Students can re-visit topics to refresh their understanding.

University Benefits

  • Increases faculty adoption of e-learning for teaching, helping it to remain at the forefront of higher education.
  • Drives student engagement through active e-learning tools.
  • Provides high quality learning materials to achieve the highest level of education.
  • Provides an efficient way to manage courses and academic content.
  • Computer-based learning reduces the number of staff hours required.