5 Nov 2019

Help Us Understand Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Instruction!

Submitted by Faculty Flo, Slitherin' State University

Hello VIPEr Community! 

The Leadership Council of the Interactive Online Network of Inorganic Chemists (IONiC) is reaching out to inorganic chemistry professors to better understand the curriculum of postsecondary inorganic chemistry laboratory courses.

If you have not already, we invite you to participate in our survey research study which should take between 15 and 25 minutes to complete. The questions will ask about your teaching experiences and your views on what you believe is important to student learning in inorganic chemistry laboratory courses. If you've already completed our survey, we sincerely thank you for your time and helping us understand the state of inorganic chemistry laboratory education.

As part of the survey, you will be asked to provide basic demographic information about your institution such as the terminal chemistry degree offered. No personal identifying information is being collected. In addition, you may skip any question on the survey that you do not wish to answer or that makes you feel uncomfortable.

Follow the link below to the Survey. We ask that you respond to our survey by November 15, 2019.

If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact LC Member Dr. Jeffrey Raker at

We thank you in advance for your feedback, and we appreciate your time and participation in our survey! We realize you may have already seen e-mails about this from the Division of Inorganic Chemistry and from us, but it is important for us to get the broadest representation possible for this survey.