How Institutions Use the Guidelines
The ACS Guidelines for Chemistry in Two-Year College Programs were developed to provide a model of excellence for a broad range of programs, goals, and institutional missions. The Use of the ACS Guidelines for Chemistry in Two-Year College Programs is a collection of case studies that highlight how individuals have used the Guidelines to strengthen chemistry education at their institutions.
The Guidelines have been used to simultaneously:
- Overhaul chemistry education and develop a new biotechnology program (example)
- Ensure alignment among courses at two- and four-year colleges (example)
- Redesign science laboratories (example)
They have been implemented at both small and large institutions in a variety of settings.
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