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View Resource Effects of an Active Learning Environment: Teaching Innovations at a Research I Institution

This is a link to a JCE paper describing a study of two instructional formats - passive lecture and a student-centered collaborative learning method that demonstrates the significance of group work in problem solving for a general chemistry course. As such this paper should be of interest to faculty interested in active learning methods.

View Resource Introduction to Spectroscopy

This site covers introductory material related to the analysis of small organic molecules by mass spectrometry, UV-visible, IR, and NMR spectroscopy. A concise explanation of each approach is presented with illustrations. This would be useful for those teaching organic chemistry and for others who need a review of the topic. The section on Spectroscopy Resources at the end of the site contains a...

View Resource Spectroscopy

This site describes the theory and practice of IR and NMR spectroscopy for classroom and laboratory instruction. Although it is written for a course at the University of Colorado, Boulder, this site is appropriate for anyone doing analytical measurements with infrared or NMR.

View Resource Computational Science in Education: Teaching Modules

This website provides teaching modules in biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and mathematics which utilize Mathematica, Excel or STELLA software. Topics include: the Newtonian law of cooling, carbon cycles, modeling oscillating systems, diffusion, water quality monitoring, and carbon dioxide. These modules are meant to enable educators to utilize computational resources and teach...

View Resource Ingredients for Life: Carbon

Carbon is the basis of all organic molecules. It is also one of the most abundant elements in the universe. This video segment illustrates the special characteristics of carbon that make it an essential ingredient for life. The segment is one minute thirty-eight seconds in length. A background essay and list of discussion questions are also provided.

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