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Chemical Education Journals
Chemistry Education Research & Practice - recent articles
Chemical Education Websites
Collections of chemical education resources. JoVE and Kanopy are library subscriptions, but the rest should be freely available.
ChemEd DL - Chemical Education Digital Library
Repository of tested digital resources for teaching and learning chemistry, Partners include Journal of Chemical Education, ACS DivCHED, and the National Science Digital Library.
Collection of online resources for chemical education, sorted by topic and type (virtual labs, tutorials, etc.). Organized by Carnegie Mellon University.
ACS Chemical Education
American Chemical Society chemical education resources, from elementary school to graduate school. Includes curricular materials, professional development webinars, and publications.
Collection of chemistry teaching and learning resources, from RSC. Can search by resource type (quiz, simulation, etc.), age group, and topic.
The Mobile Chemist & Chemical Engineer
Extensive list of chemistry and chemical education apps. From Stanford's Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library.
JoVE Science Education
Video tutorials on general, organic, and analytical chemistry techniques.
ChemWiki: The Dynamic Chemistry Hypertext
Open access chemistry textbook (with supporting materials). From UC Davis.
VIPEr - Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource
Repository of tested educational resources and learning objects for teaching inorganic chemistry. Includes in-class activities, lab experiments, problem sets and more. Supported by NSF and the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry.
Selected Internet Resources on Chemistry Education
List of resources, published in Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 2014.
Streaming video collection, including 120 instructional videos and PBS documentaries related to chemistry.
Chem Ed Professional Organizations