Computational Chemistry for Chemistry Educators

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Computational Chemistry for Chemistry Educators
Topical — 2018
This workshop focuses on how computer technology can be used to enhance and improve the educational experience of students. Non-expert college faculty will be introduced to the basics of molecular modeling through lectures followed by hands-on sessions in the computer laboratory. In addition to molecular modeling techniques, other free and low-cost visualization, modeling, simulation, and mathematics software will be introduced via hands-on activities. Participants will have time to begin development of curriculum materials for use in the classroom. Free access to molecular modeling software for educational uses will also be provided beyond the end of the workshop.
Georgia Gwinnett College
Lawrenceville, GA
Jun 18 - Jun 22
Local Coordinators
not specified.
Lead Instructors
Katharine Cahill, Clyde Metz and Shawn Sendlinger
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May 18
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