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link Organic Chemistry Learning Modules
The University of Ottawa developed some practice for Organic Chemistry includes Acid/Base reactions, Nomenclature, and Mechanisms. You have to register but it is free.
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ondemand_video Molecular Level Animations by VisChem
A collection of many free molecular visualizations, most downloadable, that demonstrate basic chemical processes such as intermolecular forces, redox, structure, equilibrium, etc.
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What happens when you inhale sulfur hexafluoride or helium
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flare Pathways with Friends
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Directed by instructional cards, students kinesthetically model cell communication by acting as components in a cell signaling pathway.
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flare Analytical Sciences Digital Library (ASDL)
The Analytical Sciences Digital Library, ASDL, is an NSF-funded digital library, accessed at www.asdlib.org, that collects, catalogs, links and publishes peer reviewed web-based discovery materials pertinent to innovations in curricular development and supporting technical resources in the analytical sciences. The ASDL website (www.asdlib.org) is one of several collections funded by NSF’s National Science Digital Library (NSDL) program. ASDL was formed as a result of discussions at several regional and national meetings about ways to implement recommendations that were embodied in an earlier workshop report on Curricular Developments in the Analytical Sciences. This report is available as a pdf by clicking here. ASDL has recently formed a partnership with the Analytical Chemistry Division of ACS. By joining forces we hope to create even more enthusiasm for the ASDL collection, online articles, and student poster sessions while encouraging analytical scientists to become active in the Division of Analytical Chemistry.
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flare Restriction Enzyme Class Activity
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This restriction enzyme digestion exercise, designed for an introductory undergraduate course in genetics, molecular biology and molecular diagnostics, can be utilized in either a lecture or laboratory setting. Students are provided with information on enzyme discovery and origin, sticky, blunt and compatible ends, base-cutters, isoschizomers and isocaudomers (1). Students then review the components required for restriction enzyme digestion setup, such as DNA concentration, buffer volume and compatibility and multi-enzyme digestions (1). Upon completion of the theory review, students participate in this classroom activity where scissors and paper replace restriction enzymes and DNA, providing a visual learning experience.
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flare Ecology Sea Lion Mystery
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Students solve the mystery of where the sea lions in Alaska have gone using data from fisheries and ecological surveys.
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flare Mitosis Flipbook
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Students create a flipbook of the stages of mitosis and answer questions about the process.
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