Chemistry in Context Workshops

Get hands-on training directly from the authors

Chemistry in Context Workshop

Attend an information session about CiC during the ACS National Meeting & Expo in New Orleans, LA. 

Location: Expo Hall Theater in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Date: Monday, March 19

Time: Noon

Coming in July: Join us at the 25th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education for a three-hour workshop all about CiC 9e. Details to come.

Registration is not yet open.

Next Stop: New Orleans

 Register for the upcoming ACS National Meeting & Expo and get access to the next Chemistry in Context information session!  

Got Questions? 

Contact Emily Bones, ACS Textbook Manager, at

Teach Context With Confidence  

Chemistry in Context Workshops are developed to ensure you are well-prepared to use the text and lab manual with your students. You have a short amount of time with your students; make every minute count.

After this two-day workshop, you will know how to successfully use the text to hook your students on chemistry. You will be prepared and you will save time because the author team will familiarize you with the material—old and new.

Get Personalized Training  

After you register, you'll be asked to fill out a questionaire so the workshop includes the content that interests you the most. You'll get what you need for your classroom straight from the experts.

Learn the Text's Content and Teaching Strategies

The lab is where the action happens. This is why the workshop takes time to delve into new additions to the lab manual and text. 

  • Strengthen your students' connection between chemistry and current events.
  • Get tips on investigation and assessment.
  • Learn how to adjust lab investigations into demos or take-home experiments.
  • Become familiar with the Science Writing Heuristic.

Order the lab manual.

Order Chemistry in Context

The 9th edition features the following new topics:

  • The chemistry in portable electronics, such as smartphones and tablets
  • Chemistry's connection to food
  • How to solve a crime: forensic chemistry