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Communities discussing teaching in the time of COVID-19
- Strategies for Teaching Chemistry Online (Facebook Group)
- OrganicERs: Active Learning in Organic Chemistry (Facebook Organic Group)
- Analytical Sciences Digital Library (Remote Labs and Simulations)
- PIPER: Pchem Inspired Pedagogical Electronic Resource
- VIPEr: Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource
- 2YC3 Resources (2-Year College Chemistry Consortium)
A list of resources derived from the education community
- Resources for Undergraduate Laboratory Experiences (see disclaimer below)
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