Teachers working together to help students put chemistry concepts together.
To log in, follow the directions your teacher gave you. We are trying to make this the best site in the world for learning "general chemistry" (that's the first year of college chemistry). We hope you enjoy learning here.
This site provides a place for college chemistry teachers to work together creating, sharing, and using learning resources, all licensed under a Creative Commons "Same As" license. We can share lab write-ups. We can use this site to deliver
interactive labs, where the student is told "The buret reading should be to the hundredths of an mL," or "Your significant digits are wrong." We can turn the OpenStax Chemistry book into an interactive textbook and have a complete online
homework system that isn't just multiple choice problems, and have superb PowerPoints for each chapter! Help to make it happen! If you are seeking tenure, you can include work here as "Service to the community" on your tenure package.
you are a chemistry teacher, please register! Unlike other sites, this site is run by the teachers
. We plan to create a nonprofit organization to own the site name, set policies, and manage any financial matters (hosting
a web site involves a small cost).
Click on "Log In" for guest access. Also, a page with questions and answers about this project is available. A
timeline for this project, if it is funded by the NSF, is also available.
Teachers: How to Register
Send me (Chris King) an email by clicking on Register.
Include a link to a page on your school's web page that shows that you are a chemistry teacher. I should respond within 24 hours.
Links to image and licenses from Wikipedia commons: Home page, General Chemistry course,
Lab course. The header picture is of a high school classroom. When we have enough content, we could open the
site up to high school teachers.