- CCIIM: Clearinghouse for Chemical Information Instructional Materials
The purpose of the CCIIM is to "collect and distribute items that have been developed by chemistry or science librarians, chemists, and others to instruct people in the use of chemical information sources."
- Chemistry Animation Project - CalTech
The Chemistry Animation Project presents CAPseries, a collection of multimedia products for use in high school and introductory college chemistry classrooms. Animated using state-of-the-art computer hardware and software, each product offers insight into chemical phenomena for teacher and pupil alike, with intuitive 3-D models and computer-calculated accuracy. Under the direction of Professor of Chemistry Nathan S. Lewis, CAP is chemistry for students by students
- Chemical education Links To The Web
The page was created for containing Chemical Education links compiled by Ralph H. Logan Jr.
- Chemical Education Purdue
Lecture Demonstration Movie Sheets (NEW!!!)
Video clips (and descriptions) of lecture demonstrations. Course Information
Division of Chemical Education Information
General Chemistry Homepage
Test Question Banks
Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry Homepage
Textbook Reform - Bodner, Rickard, & Spencer
Analytical Review Homepage(Under Construction)
Bodner Group Homepage
- Chemical Education Resource Shelf
Teaching Resources Including Chemistry Textbooks in Print
- Chemical Educator
The Chemical Educator is a nonprofit journal published for anyone interested in the problems associated with the teaching of chemistry at any level.
- Chemistry Hypermedia Project at Virginia Tech
The Chemistry Hypermedia Project is exploring new ways to apply computer and network technology to help students learn chemistry, and to help educators teach chemistry.
The specific goals of this project are:
1. To use the internet to provide supplemental educational resources to chemistry students.
2. To determine effective hypermedia designs for chemical education.
3. To evaluate the distribution of multimedia educational material over the internet.
4. To develop, evaluate, and dessiminate prototype programs for creating interactive exercises.
- Chemical Information Sources and Services Home Page
How to Do Chemical Searching CS400 (Indiana University)
- Chemists' Net (Europe)
The Chemists' Net is a teacher run, non-commercial resource for chemistry teachers in Europe. It is a collaboration of 400 chemistry teachers exploring the Internet and using an email discussion list to discuss Chemistry in education.
- Chemistry Teaching Resources
- Chemistry Webexercises Directory / John Wiley
"The 'Chemistry Webexercises Directory' has been designed as a directory for a limited number of educational chemistry resources on the internet. More specifically, most of the links are included because of their use in Chemistry Webexercise: Adventures and Challenges in Chemistry on the Internet."
The ChemLinks Coalition is undertaking a 5-year project to change the way students learn chemistry, increase scientific literacy for all chemistry students, and promote the process of educational reform. In collaboration with the ModularCHEM Consortium, we are developing, testing, and disseminating modular course materials that use active and collaborative approaches to learning. These materials, focused on the first two years of the chemistry curriculum, start with interdisciplinary questions important to students and to society (the molecular basis of life, the environment, technology), and in answering them develop an appreciation for how science is actually done.
The Sheffield Chemdex: the directory of chemistry on the WWW since 1993.
- ChemFinder WebServer
Because the ChemFinder WebServer is a chemical database, it can also provide information that a general-purpose WWW index cannot, including physical property data and 2D chemical structures. This information is somewhat sparse at the moment, but is very good for the several thousand most-common compounds. We are constantly working on getting more data, and we expect the ChemFinder WebServer only to keep improving.
- ChemNet Home Page
Hangzhou Hi2000 InfoTech Co. ltd is the only provider of comprehensive services to chemical industries over the Internet.
- Classic Chemistry
Selected Classic Papers from the History of Chemistry / LeMoyne College compiled by Carmen Giunta
- Combinatorial Chemistry Review
Combinatorial chemistry is one of the important new methodologies developed by researchers in the pharmaceutical industry to reduce the time and costs associated with producing effective and competitive new drugs.
- Department of Chemistry Imperial College London
- Doc Brown's Chemistry Clinic
A growing non-commercial general help and revision site for UK GCSE, AS and A2 CHEMISTRY and USA/Canada grades 9-12. Revision notes, multiple choice tests, structured questions, graphics and extensive links to useful and interesting CHEMISTRY sites. One site speciallity is the structure and naming of organic compounds.
- General, Organic and Biochemistry - U of Akron
Lectures and slides for courses.
- Journal of Chemical Education
The Journal of Chemical Education is the journal of the Division of Chemical Education, Inc. of the American Chemical Society. Published continuously since 1924, JCE is the world's premier chemical education journal. Our mission is to help chemistry teachers stay current with research advances as well as share new ideas in teaching methodologies and course organization. A multimedia publisher, JCE welcomes materials in print, software, video, and other digital formats.
- Miami Museum of Science-The pH Factor
Acid or base? Find out with the pH Factor resource!
- Network for Chemistry Teaching - UK
It is a UK based organisation which provides a forum for academics who are involved in teaching, and industrial chemists who are interested in using their experience, to help to develop new teaching strategies and materials. The Network in fact brings together anyone who is interested in helping chemistry undergraduates to learn how to become good practising chemists.
- WebElements periodic table Scholar edition
WebElements :the first periodic table on the WWW
Author: Mark Winter [WebElements Ltd and University of Sheffield, England]
Royal Society of Chemistry 1998 HE Teaching Award winner
- Welcome to chemistry.org
The American Chemical Organisation
- University of Wisconsin
Has pchem curriculum information and good links.