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A Different Kind of Class Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Blog entry 4/3/2015 0 / 0
A discussion on "Electrochemical formation of a surface-adsorbed hydrogen-evolving species" Kevin Hoke, Berry College Literature Discussion Second year, Upper Division 7/2/2015 3 / 2
A Few of "My Favorite" VIPEr Learning Objects Hilary Eppley, DePauw University Blog entry 1/6/2015 0 / 0
A Game with Orbital Cutouts Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College Blog entry 2/27/2014 0 / 0
A Graphical Approach to Ligand Group Orbitals Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Blog entry 4/18/2014 1 / 0
A Guided-Inquiry Approach to Building a Catalytic Cycle Murielle Watzky, University of Northern Colorado In-Class Activity Upper Division 6/27/2016 5 / 0
A Jablinko game to promote learning of excited state transitions Alycia Palmer, The Ohio State University In-Class Activity Upper Division 6/11/2014 2 / 1
A Living Syllabus for Sophomore Level Inorganic Chemistry Sheila Smith, University of Michigan- Dearborn In-Class Activity Second year 8/4/2014 2 / 0
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Blog entry 12/19/2015 0 / 0
A map of faculty users will soon be on the site. How many countries do you think have registered faculty VIPEr users? Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Poll 11/11/2014 0 / 0
A model for every student: Visualizing solid state structures Barbara Reisner, James Madison University In-Class Activity First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/21/2016 0 / 0
A new blue pigment is soon to be a crayon (http://www.businessinsider.com/new-blue-discovery-2017-5). What should the color be called? Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Poll 5/11/2017 0 / 0
A Penny for Their Thoughts Elizabeth Jamieson, Smith College Blog entry 12/9/2015 0 / 0
A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words. . . Elizabeth Jamieson, Smith College Blog entry 2/9/2015 0 / 0
A picture is worth a thousand words Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Blog entry 6/20/2014 0 / 0
A picture is worth a thousand words Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Forum topic 6/20/2014 0 / 0
A really neat periodic table John Gilje, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 11/12/2010 2 / 0
A Redox-Activated MRI Contrast Agent that Switches Between Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic States Vivian Ezeh, Clemson University, Department of Chemistry Literature Discussion Upper Division 7/16/2014 6 / 3
A reflection on reflections Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Fellows Reflections 11/6/2018 0 / 0
A Reflection on VIPEr-izing a Class John Lee, University of Tennessee Chattanooga Fellows Reflections 8/13/2019 0 / 0

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