Science Skills, Practices, and Resources

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Title Author Type Level Createdsort ascending Favorited/ Adopted
Visualizing solid state structures using CrystalMaker generated COLLADA files Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/22/2016 4 / 1
Writing Lab Reports John Lee, University of Tennessee Chattanooga Web Resources and Apps Upper Division 3/2/2016 2 / 0
Kayaking to Lake Washington Fabiola Barrios Landeros, Yeshiva University In-Class Activity Upper Division 7/3/2015 0 / 0
Interpreting XPS and CV data from an Electrocatalysis Publication Karen McFarlane Holman, Willamette University Literature Discussion Upper Division 7/2/2015 0 / 0
Peer Review - How does it work?: A literature discussion with a focus on scientific communication Michael Norris, University of Washington Literature Discussion First year, Second year, Upper Division 7/2/2015 2 / 1
Analyzing a journal article for basic themes, roles of authors, and the scientific method Darren Achey, Kutztown University Literature Discussion First year, Second year, Upper Division 7/2/2015 12 / 4
The Nature of Science Lori Watson, Earlham College In-Class Activity First year, Second year, Upper Division 7/2/2015 20 / 4
Exploring the Scientific Method in an Electrocatalysis Publication Sarah K. St. Angelo, Dickinson College Literature Discussion Upper Division 7/2/2015 1 / 0
Chemistry Infographics from Compound Interest Darren Achey, Kutztown University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/30/2015 9 / 3
The Messy Chemist: Separating a Solid Mixture Michael Norris, University of Washington Lab Experiment First year, Second year 6/30/2015 4 / 0
Teaching and Learning Package Library from University of Cambridge Vanessa McCaffrey, Albion College Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/29/2015 2 / 0
Learning Science! Think Like a Researcher! Christina McCartha, Newberry College Literature Discussion Second year, Upper Division 6/29/2015 7 / 0
Copper Oxide Crystal Growth Ellen Steinmiller, University of Dallas Literature Discussion Second year, Upper Division 6/29/2015 1 / 0
Use of Toulmin’s Argumentation Scheme in Explaining Inorganic Chemistry: Kate Plass, Franklin & Marshall College Five Slides About Upper Division 6/29/2015 1 / 0
Bi-weekly literature discussion with ASAP alerts David Heroux, Saint Michael's College Literature Discussion Upper Division 6/29/2015 1 / 1
Materials Project Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps Second year, Upper Division 6/12/2015 0 / 0
Sheila's Safety Net Sheila Smith, University of Michigan- Dearborn Collection First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/10/2015 2 / 0
NIST Standard Reference Databases Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year 6/10/2015 0 / 0
Education Resources at Beloit College - Materials Chemistry, Nanoscience and Solid State Chemistry Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/10/2015 0 / 0
Web Resources from the 2013 Inorganic Curriculum Survey Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Collection First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/10/2015 3 / 0

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