2017 Workshop: An IONiC Workshop on VIPEr and Literature Discussions

The IONiC VIPEr group has enough funds at the end of our grant to host one additional workshop for about 16 participants. We have decided to target the East Coast in particular (since it has been 5 years since we’ve done a workshop there) and have the workshop at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA for the 3 days preceding the MARM (Mid Atlantic Regional ACS Meeting). This workshop will focus on the development of literature discussions for the classroom and show faculty how use advanced features of VIPEr and to submit new materials to VIPEr.   

 

 

     

 

POST-WORKSHOP RESULTS

These are the Learning Objects (LOs) that were produced by the participants at the IONiC workshop on VIPEr and Literature Discussions!

 

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Team LOs Developed Based on the primary Literature Papers

 

 

 

LO Title

LO type

Author(s)

Institution

Fivefold Bonding in a Cr(I) Dimer Updated and Expanded

Literature DiscussionEveryone!Everywhere!

Investigating the structures of close packed solids in metal sulfide nanocrystals

Literature Discussion

Eric Villa

Creighton University

 

 

Barbara Reisner

James Madison University

 

 

Catherine McCusker

East Tennesseee State University

 

 

Janet Schrenk

University of Massachusetts, Lowel

 

 

Meng Zhou

Lawrence Technological University

A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands:  Foundational Implications of Lewis Acid base interactions in stabilizing SiO2

Literature Discussion

Gary Guillet

Armstrong State University

 

 

Brandon Quillian 

Armstrong State University

 

 

Chip Nataro 

Lafayette College

 

 

Maria Carroll

Providence College

 

 

S. Chantal Stieber

Cal Poly, Pomona

Introduction to Agostic Interactions

Five Slides About

Emma Downs

Fitchburg State University

 

 

Rob Scarrow

Haverford College

 

 

Shirley Lin

U.S. Naval Academy

 

 

Tanya Gupta

South Dakota State University

 

 

Thomas Brown

SUNY Oswego

An ion exchange method to produce metastable wurtzite metal sulfide nanocrystals 

Literature Discussion

Janet Schrenk

University of Massachusetts, Lowell

 

 

Barbara Reisner

James Madison University

 

 

Catherine McCusker

East Tennessee State

 

 

Eric Villa

Creighton University

 

 

Meng Zhou

Lawrence Technological University

A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands: Foundational examination of Lewis dot structures and bond enthalpies

Literature Discussion

Maria Carroll

Providence College

 

 

Brandon Quillian

Armstrong State University

 

 

Chip Nataro

Lafayette College

 

 

Gary L. Guillet

Armstrong State University

 

 

S. Chantal E. Stieber

Cal Poly, Pomona

A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands: Foundational Application of VSEPR for Understanding Crystallographic Data

Literature Discussion

S. Chantal E. Stieber

Cal Poly, Pomona

 

 

Brandon Quillian

Armstrong State University

 

 

Chip Nataro

Lafayette College

 

 

Gary L. Guillet

Armstrong State University

 

 

Maria Carroll

Providence College

Quantum Dot Growth Mechanisms

Literature Discussion

Chi Nyguyen

U.S. Military Academy

 

 

Brian Smith

Bucknell University

 

 

Kate Plass

Franklin & Marshall College

 

 

Roxy Swails

Lafayette College

Literature Discussion of "A stable compound of helium and sodium at high pressure"

Literature Discussion

Katherine Nicole Crowder

University of Mary Washington

 

 

Nicholas Piro

Albright College

 

 

Rebecca M. Jones

George Mason University

 

 

Wiliam G. Dougerty

Susquehanna University

Literature Discussion of R3CH→ SiFR3 Agostic Interactions

Literature Discussion

Tanya Gupta

South Dakota State University

 

 

Emma Downs

Fitchburg State University

 

 

Robert C. Scarrow

Haverford College

 

 Shirley LinU.S. Naval Academy

 

 Thomas Brown

SUNY Oswego

Individual LOs submitted for the workshop

 

 

 

LO Title

LO type

Author

Institution

Reactivity and Bonding of Complexes with Metal-Metal Bonds

Literature DiscussionS. Chantal E. SteiberCal Poly, Pomona

Inorganic Nomenclature of Coordination Complexes

In Class ActivityGary GuilletArmstrong State University

 In-class peer review

 

Literature Discussion S. Chantal E. SteiberCal Poly, Pomona