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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

The Institute for Chemical Education and the Chemical Education Digital Library: Major Resources for Teaching Chemistry, by Prof John moore, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) is a longstanding program in the Chemistry Department at UW-Madison. It provides outreach, teaching/learning materials, and collaborations with others on and off campus. Recent developments include the Carbon Playground (jungle gym buckyball, graphene monkey bars, and a carbon nanotube through which children can crawl), and Small Science, Big Decisions, a program that involves the public in discussions about nanoscience and nanotechnology. ChemEd DL, the Chemical Education Digital Library (, is the place to go on the Web for chemical education resources. It includes a broad range of content and services that support teaching and learning. Examples are in interactive periodic table, an extensive collection of molecular structures, an online tutorial on organic stereochemistry, and a collection of resources that is correlated to the curriculum of a typical high school chemistry course. {Will appear in FYI on Mar 27, 2012
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