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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Communicating Chemistry at ACS

I just got the schedule for the symposium on Communicating Chemistry at the Spring 2007 American Chemical Society meeting in Chicago. It is being run by the Chemical Education (CHED) and Chemical Information (CINF) divisions. My talk on Open Notebook Chemistry using Blogs and Wikis is at 9:45 on March 27. It looks like there will be lots of interesting presenters and talks. Here is the schedule:

Communicating Chemistry — Part I — Tuesday, March 27

Cosponsored with CINF

L. Fine, Organizer

J. C. Kotz, Organizer, Presiding

8:30 — Introductory Remarks.

8:35 —1604. Pod casting and general chemistry: what is my chemistry professor doing in my iPod? H. D. Bapat

8:55 —1605. Hybrid learning as the bridge between technology and pedagogy in the first and second year chemistry curriculum. T. Poon, T. Morkin

9:15 —1606. Chemistry breaks the Top 100: Podcasting quantum mechanics. M. M. Francl

9:35 — Intermission.

9:45 —1607. Open notebook chemistry using blogs and wikis. J -C. Bradley, K. Mirza, J. Giammarco, A. Holsey, D. Strumfels, S. Gardner, L. Chen

10:05 —1608. What role do grades play in communicating chemistry? W. J. Vining

10:25 —1609. Improving the communication and efficiency in grading of laboratory reports. M. Hadley, J. R. Pribyl, J. A. Kaliski

10:45 — Intermission.

10:55 —1610. Enhancing communication in chemistry courses using DyKnowTM. B. L. Gourley

11:15 —1611. Taking ownership of learning:Can adding technology to the traditional classroom increase the opportunity for students to be more responsible for their own learning? C. M. Turner

11:35 —1612. E-learning chemistry. J. Reeves, J. Tyrell

Communicating Chemistry — Part II — Tuesday, March 27

Cosponsored with CINF

J. C. Kotz, Organizer

L. Fine, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 — Introductory Remarks.

1:35 —1651. Visualizing acid/base chemistry: Using electostatic potential surfaces to teach acid/base strengths. R. W. Morrison, R. Hubbard IV, K. Soncha

1:55 —1652. Open access peer reviewed portal for communicating chemistry: Analytical Sciences Digital Library. H. A. Bullen

2:15 —1653. Comparison of student discourse in online and face-to-face environments. G. C. Weaver, K. F. Green

2:35 — Intermission.

2:45 —1654. Chemical Eye on ears tuned to public radio. P. J. MacDougall

3:05 —1655. Science Outreach in the City of Chicago. M. C. Lach, M. Davis

3:25 —1656. "Smart Cities": Summer science in the mean streets of France. G. P. Niccolai

3:45 — Intermission.

3:55 —1657. Collaborative efforts by Illinois local American Chemical Society sections to promote chemistry at the Illinois state fair. H. D. Bapat

4:15 —1658. Analysis of how scientists explain their research and parallels to how science teachers explain science. H. Sevian, L. Gonsalves

4:35 —1659. Service-learning with a general chemistry lab: Communicating chemistry through application. M. J. Harvey

Communicating Chemistry — Part III — Wednesday, March 28

Cosponsored with CINF

L. Fine, Organizer

J. C. Kotz, Organizer, Presiding

8:30 — Introductory Remarks.

8:35 —1698. Teaching chemical information: Tips and techniques from the Division of Chemical Information Education Committee. S. Cardinal, S. Yu

8:55 —1699. Communicating the chemistry behind issues. B. Venkataraman

9:15 —1700. Teaching chemistry majors to write like chemists. M. S. Robinson, F. L. Stoller

9:35 — Intermission.

9:45 —1701. Investigational writing exercises to complement undergraduate biochemistry experiments. P. J. Higgins

10:05 —1702. Readability levels of college chemistry textbooks from introductory chemistry to physical chemistry. E. A. Drommerhausen, J. R. Pribyl

10:25 —1703. Student opinions of writing assignments in organic chemistry courses for majors. D. P. Cartrette

10:45 — Intermission.

10:55 —1704. How to think logically about organic chemistry. E. T. Papish

11:15 —1705. Communicating the concepts of resonance and conjugation. J. J. Mullins

11:35 —1706. Use of humor and illustrations in organic chemistry lectures. V. Dragojlovic


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