Tuesday, November 29, 2005

FAQ quiz map





Here is a 20 room map created from the FAQ website for Dr.Bradley's chemistry classes.

Here is the link to the FAQ map files

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Silence of the Terminals

An Australian group is currently developing an educational game based on the Torque engine. It is a First Person Shooter in Capture the Flag mode. At key points, multiple choice questions pop up and force the player to answer correctly to move on without penalty.

I evaluated it without an opponent so I can't comment on the competitive play experience but the weapons and navigation are decent.

The current questions are on HTML coding but it could be adapted easily to other areas.

Download the game here.

Monday, November 21, 2005

True/False Quiz


This is the True/False quiz for organic chemistry 241. A working version of the map was uploaded and the nonworking version was deleted. However, I still cannot see all the pick-up objects I placed in the rooms. I put a post about this on the UT discussion board and hopefully someone will know how to fix it.

Zip file with map and textures.

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Nov 19 Race is on

Here is the 20 room maze. I am looking for the person who emails me first at bradlejc@drexel.edu that they completed the maze. I'll give you instructions on how to send me the screencast proof that you started in the study room and ended up in the cat room.

More details here.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Short Chirality Quiz

Please download the following zip file to play a 5 question UT quiz on chirality. The quiz features new room styles...try to guess who the scientist is at the end!

<Download ZIP File Here>

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

True/False Quiz

Textures file

UT2004 Map (True/False Quiz)



This is the True/False quiz for organic chemistry 241.

Monday, November 14, 2005

Virtual Orgo Race Nov 19

There will be a virtual Unreal Tournament (Educational Version) Race on Sat Nov 19, 2005 at noon EST (posted at that time here and on the EduFrag wiki). Anyone in the world can compete. Anyone can also submit true and false doors till the day before the race and I'll include the contributions if they are usable. Email me at bradlejc@drexel.edu when you complete the race. The winner will have to provide a screencast for proof. The free CamStudio or Camtasia can be used for this.

The topics include Lewis structures, Newman projections, Fisher projections, free radical halogenation, chirality, SN1, SN2, E1 and E2 mechanisms. The study material is covered in the organic chemistry screencasts for CHEM 241 at Drexel.

Practice on examples here.

The prize should be appreciated by any serious organic chemistry student.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Organic Chemistry class FAQ

Tiffanie and I put together this 5 room quiz on the FAQ for my classes.

Download Here

Instructions are the same as usual.