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ALEKS for Chemistry (A.ssessment and LE.arning in K.nowledge S.paces)A web-based assessment and Learning tool to warn students with deficiencies before they take a high-stakes exam, as well as prevent strong students from having to "learn" material they already know.Students take a web-based, artificially intelligent assessment on...
ALEKS for Chemistry (A.ssessment and LE.arning in K.nowledge S.paces)
A web-based assessment and Learning tool to warn students with deficiencies before they take a high-stakes exam, as well as prevent strong students from having to "learn" material they already know.
Students take a web-based, artificially intelligent assessment on General or Preparatory chemistry to determine radidly and accuratley those concepts and skills they have retained from prior relevant course work in math and science. They then enter a tailored learning mode, which can be customized by instructors to match any course, text, pace, and order.
Ten years old, and used by millions of students since 1999, ALEKS is a commercial spinoff from a research project at UC Irvine.
See the two minute video here (click on "take the tour)
College General Ed,
College Lower Division
Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: ALEKS for Higher Education Mathematics, Higher Education Behavioral Sciences PC Macintosh Operating System WindowsMacOS 10.3+ Processor any any RAM Memory 64+ MB 64+ MB Browsers Explorer 6.0+, Firefox 1.5+OS 10.3+: Safari, Firefox 1.5+ Screen Resolution800x600800x600Modem Speed 56+ kbps 56+ kbps ALEKS for Higher Education Business, ALEKS for Higher Education Science PC Macintosh Operating System WindowsMacOS 10.3+ Processor anyany RAM Memory 64+ MB 64+ MB Browsers Explorer 6.0+, Firefox 1.5+ OS 10.3+: Safari, Firefox 1.5+ Screen Resolution 1024x768 1024x768 Modem Speed 56+ kbps 56+ kbps Java To use ALEKS, your browser must have Java enabled. View instructions for installing and enabling Java on your computer. ALEKS Plug-In To use ALEKS, you must have the ALEKS plug-in installed on your computer. If your computer lab has security safeguards in place, your LAN administrator, system administrator, or lab technician must install the ALEKS plug-in. Troubleshooting To check your current configuration and to get answers to the most common questions, view our troubleshooting page.