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Course Materials Program
The Course Materials program can help if you have materials that need to be transitioned from print to digital.
Online Educational Resources
JoVE Science Education
JoVE Science Education is a library of simple video demonstrations teaching scientific fundamentals in biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, environmental sciences, psychology, and clinical skills.
JoVE Faculty Resource Center
Resources for using JoVE educatinal videos in course design. The resource center includes instructions on adding videos to learning management software and syllabus mapping for commonly taught courses.
Carnegie Mellon site for online Chemistry teaching resources, including virtual labs.
PhET Interactive Simulations
Interactive science simulations available at a variety of levels.
Open Educational Resources (OER) repository that contains a large collection of STEM simulations and videos.
ACS Guide to Virtual Chemistry
A concise list of virtual Chemistry resources for online instruction.
College-level online chemistry teaching tools that include games and interactive molecular simulations. Alchemie is now providing free full access to schools affected by COVID-19.
This is a brief list of online resources available to supplement chemistry teaching. If you are interested in finding more OER resources, a complete guide to finding resources is available here: Find OER.
Remote Library Access (2020/2021)
Please contact Erika Weir, the Physical Sciences Librarian, for help finding online resources and questions about ebook purchases, textbook availability, and other library resources.
For 24/7 help with access issues and general library questions, feel free to use the "Ask A Librarian" service.
Ask A Librarian
24/7 chat service available to all faculty, staff, and students.
Physical Science Librarian