CHEDWednesday, August 19, 2009

12:00 PM-3:15 PM Grand Hyatt -- Independence Ballroom B-C, Oral
Using Social Networking Tools to Teach Chemistry
Organizer:Harry E. Pence
Organizer, Presiding:Laura Pence
12:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
12:05 PMWikis in chemical education: The best of two worlds
Laura E. Pence
12:25 PMChemPaths: Learning to meander an online portal to ChemEd DL resources for intrinsically linked learning
Justin M. Shorb, John W. Moore
12:45 PMChemEd DL WikiHyperGlossary
Robert E. Belford, J. W. Moore, Daniel Berleant, Michael Bauer, Jon L Holmes, Kyle E. Yancey
1:05 PMSocial media: Immersion and its discontents
Elizabeth M. Dorland
1:25 PMIntermission
1:35 PMUsing social networking tools a la carte for organic chemistry education: Wikis, blogs, Second Life, and more
Jean-Claude Bradley, Andrew Lang
1:55 PMSNS, IM, and textng vs. traditional e-mail and voice messaging as a means of facilitating instructor-student contact: Trends and habits of student usage, and techniques to avoid electronic overload (or withdrawal)
Robert B. Gregory
2:15 PMFaculty development, collaborative inquiry, and Web 2.0
Joanne L. Stewart
2:35 PMAre netbooks the next big thing in the chemistry classroom?
Harry E. Pence
2:55 PMManaging laboratory research data using cloud computing as an organizational tool
Harry E. Pence, Jacqueline Bennett

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The 238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 16-20, 2009