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New Blog Post at ChemEd X-Change: Review of Free iPad App “Chemical Detectives”

It’s been a slow few months for me, as I’ve been bogged down with school work. But I’m back on a bit of a writing schedule, so I hope to be more active this year.

ChemEd X-Change just published a blog post of mine about an iPad App (Chemical Detectives) that gives students an opportunity to practice identifying compounds using spectra (C-13 NMR, proton NMR, Mass Spec and IR, along with percent composition data). It’s one of the best free iPad Apps I’ve ever seen, actually.

Check it out here.

Until next time, keep it #MintyFresh

Lowell

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New post at ChemEd X-Change: Using Educreations to Interact with Students

I’ve just put up a new blog post at ChemEd X-Change about my use of an iPad app called Educreations. I’ve discovered that I can use this to quite easily answer student questions that come through email.

Here’s the link for you:  http://www.jce.divched.org/blog/using-educreations-app-ipad-interact-students

 

Thanks.

Lowell

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