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College-level textbook for non-science majors, examining chemistry in the context of everyday life. In print and ebook formats.
Magazine for undergraduate student members of ACS covering a range of topics unique to students in the chemical sciences.
Premier journal on the teaching and learning of chemistry, with peer-reviewed articles and related information.
Magazine with articles on careers, lab life, wellness, and other topics of interest to grad students and postdocs.
Resource book for chemists considering academic careers, with guidance on preparing a CV, research proposal and teaching statement.
First‐year high school chemistry textbook that teaches chemistry concepts through the lens of societal issues.
Award-winning quarterly magazine helping high school students connect chemistry with the world around them.
Online resource from AACT with creative ideas for the classroom, for and by K–12 teachers of chemistry.
Teaching manual addressing the needs of students with learning and physical disabilities. 4th edition.
Colorful, 64-page books that help your curious young scientist explore the science in everyday life. Pre-K–Grade 2.
Science lessons for elementary school teachers that align with the Next Generation Science Standards. Grades K–5.
Two volumes with over 600 hands-on science activities for adults and children to do together. Grades 3–6.
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