It is hard to believe that the first BITeS post was in 2014! That post began "Welcome to a new feature of VIPEr -- VIPEr BITeS (Blogging Inorganic Teaching & Scholarship). VIPEr BITeS will be a venue for longer posts on a broad spectrum of topics." Over the years a wide range of topics were presented in BITeS posts ranging from incredibly serious and poignant to somewhat tongue in cheek (do snakes have cheeks?).
Our final SLiThEr of the spring semester will take place on Thursday April 29th at 4 pm eastern (GMT-4). This event will be a long awaited reunion of a panel discussion that took place at the spring virtual ACS meeting. However, this time you don't have to register for the meeting and it will be recorded and posted for free on our YouTube channel. I will be moderating a panel consisting of Pius Adelani (St. Mary's), Mitch Anstey (Davidson), Kate Buettner (Gettysburg), Brett McCollum (Mt. Royal) and a mystery guest member of the IONiC Leadership Committee.
There was a professor at Lafayette
Who decried in an apoplectic fit:
A publisher’s book,
Where will I look?
And has since succumbed to LibreText
Please join us for the penultimate SLiThEr of the semester by Chip Nataro, in which he will talk about his rapid adoption of a LibreText for the spring semester. We ask that you sign-up in advance here.