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View Resource webcast.berkeley

This University of California, Berkeley website is the access portal to Berkeley on iTunes U. The resource offers students the chance to access class information from a wide array of courses ranging from computer science to art history; from the humanities to the physical and social sciences. Faculty members can use iTunes U to post study guides, assignments, videos of lectures, information...

View Resource Chemistry: A Molecular Approach

If you're away from the laboratory and you'd like to study a bit of chemistry, this fine site is a nice option. Created to complement a recent chemistry textbook authored by Nivaldo Tro of Westmont College, the site includes interactive media activities, self-quizzes, and a collection of external links. The materials are linked to the 24 chapters in the textbook, and they include "Gases",...

View Resource Polymers and Liquid Crystals

This newly enhanced site is the result of a cooperative effort between the Department of Physics and the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve University in conjunction with the Center for Advanced Liquid Crystalline Optical Materials (ALCOM) at Kent State University. The project aims to demonstrate the potential of the hypertext multimedia medium for...

View Resource Journal of Chemical Education

Published since 1924,the Journal of Chemical Education's mission is to help chemistry teachers stay current with research advances, and to be informed about new ideas in teaching methodologies and course organization. To achieve this mission, JCE online provides a plethora of resources on chemistry and chemical education. JCE's digital library is especially helpful and includes detailed...

View Resource Chem1 Virtual Textbook

Chemistry serves as a fundamental discipline for those who will go on to careers in everything from medicine to nutrition and it is important for students of this science to have a wide range of resources at their disposal. One rather useful online resource is this virtual textbook for general chemistry created and updated by Professor Stephen Lower of Simon Fraser University. Visitors to the...

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