CHEDMonday, April 7, 2008

8:30 AM-11:55 AM Hilton New Orleans Riverside -- Oak Alley, Oral
Using Social Networking Tools to Teach Chemistry
Organizer:Harry E. Pence
Organizer, Presiding:Laura E. Pence
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMDevelopment of chemical forums, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, crowdsourcing, and social bookmarking websites for chemistry
Mitch A. Garcia, M. N. Ali, Noel N Chang, Heino Nitsche
8:55 AMUsing Facebook as an online scientific community where students can interact with each other and discuss chemical concepts covered in the laboratory
Jacob D Schroeder, Thomas J. Greenbowe, Gerry McKiernan
9:15 AMBeing there: Using social networking services for engaged library instruction
Gerry McKiernan
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMOff the beaten path: del.icio.us and social tagging in the classroom
Laura E. Pence
10:05 AMSocial networking: The challenges of audience participation
Jason Wilde
10:25 AMSocial networking and virtual worlds at the Nature Publishing Group
Joanna Scott
10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMProject Prospect from the RSC: The evolving journal article and chemical education
Richard Kidd
11:15 AMBridging the divide: The integration of scientific data and journal literature
Barbara Losoff
11:35 AMOpen access: Toward the mainstream?
Bryan A Vickery, Gino G D'Oca

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The 235th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008