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Symposium Title: Web Based Applications for Chemical Education
Descrption: This symposia seeks to bring developers of web-based applications together with chemical educators to share experiences and innovations. We are looking for presentations from the perspectives of development and implementation of web based applications, along with how the open access nature of the web and social networking technologies have changed the way scientists and educators communicate information, and how that is impacting chemical education. Papers are invited relating to specific web-based applications, creative solutions to web-based issues in the context of chemical education, reports of the impact of web-based applications on pedagogy and learning, or visions of the future.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Robert Belford
CoOrganizers: Robert M Hanson
John H. Penn
Restrictions: Need access to the world wide web
Part 1 of 4 - Social Networking & Cheminformatics [2010-08-02 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Harry Pence, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Harry PenceChemistry education, web 2.0, and social networking.
14:25:00Elizabeth DorlandInterwebs: Collaboration across the virtual spaces of twitter, facebook, and second life
14:45:00Zangyuan OwnThe application of mobil learning example in a university e-learning chemistry course
15:05:00Lauri McDonaldUsing cell phones, Facebook, and Google calendar in the classroom
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Justin M. ShorbChemPRIME wiki-text: The chemistry behind your favorite subject
16:00:00Jean-Claude BradleyMentoring students using Open Notebook Science
16:20:00Gary BattleWebCSD – Furthering students’ understanding of 3D chemical structure
16:40:00Antony WilliamsChemSpider – Building community for chemists on the internet
part 2 of 4 - Visualizations [2010-08-03 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Robert M Hanson, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Jessica WellerWeb 2.0 technology and representations of the particulate nature of matter.
14:25:00Kelly LancasterPhET interactive simulations: Free, research-based resources for teaching and learning chemistry
14:45:00Prem SattsangiWeb-Based tutorial to explain lattice energy
15:05:00David YaronRecurring patterns: A cross-disciplinary approach to the big ideas of molecular science
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Barbara L. GonzalezExploring interactivity dimensionality, and assessment in an animation prototype for visualizing molecular geometry and polarity
16:00:00Resa KellyBound to fail: Challenges faced in the design of molecular level visualizations
16:20:00Xavier Prat-ResinaMolecules 360: A collection of molecular properties on the web for chemical education
16:40:00Angel HerráezDIY molecules: web application to build your own 3D chemical structures
Part 3 of 4 - Online Learning and Games [2010-08-04 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - John H. Penn, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Fatma YamanUsing computer-based interactive simulations and digital video clips to learn acid-base chemistry in high school
14:25:00Tom GreenboweWeb-Based explorations for general chemistry
14:45:00Robert BelfordThe use of a digital glossary in support of a general chemistry class
15:05:00Arlene RussellCalibrated Peer ReviewTM (Version 4): Documenting the scholarship of teaching for faculty and building the confidence of student in their critical thinking abilities
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Daniel TofanCustomizable web based applications for chemistry educators
16:00:00Robert BeckerUsing Scratch.com to develop your own games and simulations from scratch!
16:20:00Mary ShoemakerChemBlaster: On-line educational game for learning ions and ion charges
16:40:00Kariluz DavilaInorganic Nomenclature Game: Practice in an interactive way
Part 4 of 4 - Online Learning Systems [2010-08-05 07:30:00 - 10:30:00] - Robert Belford, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
07:50:00 introduction
07:55:00Myung-Hoon KimOnline laboratory assignments for general chemistry
08:15:00Harmon AbrahamsonImpact of web-based delivery on distance-education chemistry courses
08:35:00Danielle BarkerLab versus lecture: Does location matter when introducing a web-based math tutorial into a general chemistry course?
08:55:00 break
09:10:00John H. PennWE_LEARN organic chemistry: Does practice make perfect?
09:30:00Conrad TrumboreStrategies and design for a non-majors electronic chemistry textbook
09:50:00Sheila WoodgateBestChoice: Discovering that students can help us to teach them
10:10:00William ViningThe OWL Book: An integrated online assignable text for general chemistry

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