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Home > Press > INIC to Release Multimedia Package of 'Nano-Instructor'

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Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council affiliated to the presidential office has devised a comprehensive multimedia package entitled "Nano-Instructor" in Persian language to fulfill the educational needs of students at different levels and majors.

INIC to Release Multimedia Package of 'Nano-Instructor'

Tehran, Iran | Posted on July 24th, 2011

The software is still in its beta testing and is due to be delivered to students in its full and finalized mode in the near future.

A salient feature of the mentioned system is said to be its purposed and structural classification which categorizes topics into two specific groups: one suitable for young students and the other one for university students.

The former content is intended to be more illustrative and simplified while the latter contains more advanced material and based on university courses' syllabuses.

Of the many features to be added to the package, mention can be made of a comprehensive virtual exams taking facility, educational video clips/animations related to concepts included in "Nano-Instructor", some training stuff on the synthesis of nano-compounds prepared at elementary and advanced levels, technical instructions concerning characterization and microscopic instruments for nano-materials via multimedia technologies.

In the initial phase of the project, more than 255 relevant topics are included in student courses.

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