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Interesting Links - Dr. Joanne Stewart
Overview of catalytic asymmetric synthesis - In 2001, the Nobel prize in chemistry was awarded to Knowles, Noyori, and Sharpless for their work in catalytic asymmetric synthesis. This site provides an excellent overview of the field.
PKAL - Project Kaleidoscope is an informal
national alliance working to build strong learning environments for undergraduate
students in mathematics, engineering and the various fields of science.
ChemConnections project description - ChemConnections modules were developed as part of the National Science Foundation's Systematic Change Initiative in Chemistry. The 2-4-week modules start with relevant real-world questions and develop the chemistry needed to answer them.
ChemConnections supporting web site - This site provides an outline of each ChemConnections module and links to supporting material for the modules. If you have an old ChemConnections CD-ROM, look here for updated information.
Multi-initiative dissemination workshops - The NSF-sponsored Multi-Initiative Dissemination (MID) Project introduces faculty to the four NSF Systemic-Change Intiatives in Chemistry.
A guide to teaching with modules - A pdf document written with a former Hope education student, Valorie Wilkerson, that provides an overview of what a ChemConnections module is and how to begin teaching with modules.