Submitted by Kari Stone / Lewis University on Thu, 12/31/2020 - 12:16
My Notes

This is the link to the 12th SLiThEr (Supporting Learning with Interactive Teaching: a Hosted, Engaging Roundtable), presented by Dean Johnston and Hosted by Chip Nataro. The SLiThEr was recorded and posted on YouTube (see the web resources link).

This particular roundtable was presented by Dean Johnston from the Otterbein website focusing on how the Otterbein website can be used in numerous courses for teaching symmetry.

The links to the other SLiThErs can be found in the SLiThEr Collection:


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Chip Nataro / Lafayette College

Many of the suggestions from the SLiThEr session into the newest version of Symmetry@Otterbein, including the ability to create your own list of molecules and a "Pick a molecule for me" button in the Challenge. There is a brief summary of updates at, with a more detailed overview to come.

Fri, 01/15/2021 - 14:01 Permalink
Elia_Robinson / Elia_Robinson

 I was taught symmetry probably in college or even in school. It is quite interesting to see what will be in the course.

Tue, 11/15/2022 - 07:29 Permalink