Category: Linkage

HEA Chat #HEAChat

Last night I made it home in time to take part in the HEA Chat on twitter.  I’ve been a lurker for some time in LTHEChat (http://lthechat.com/ Wednesday 8 – 9pm) but find it quite overwhelming. Which is a strange thing to say for someone who regularly tweets from conferences with active twitter streams and…

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Recommended Reading (Teaching) #FF

A bloggy follow Friday of sorts. Education in Chemistry have started a blog, with several posts by Michael Seery. Well worth a look for anyone interested in education as the content is translatable beyond Chemistry. And if that isn’t enough Michel Seery for you, I recommend his blog ‘Is This Going To Be On The…

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Random Linkage

I’ll post a photo later, once I’ve found the cable that hooks up the other camera to the computer.  For your reading pleasure this lunchtime, a list of links. Over at The Spandrel Shop on  Scientopia, Proflikesubstance has a nice post “What can and can’t you expect from your trainees?”  It’s from the North American…

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Light Reading

If you’re looking for some light reading, I’d suggest the following posts: I want to know, what you are thinking… over at Exponential Book by Massimo.  Its a nice take on student evaluations of courses and why they eat in to teaching time.  Female Science Professor has a post on the same topic, wondering when…

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Online Chemistry Resources

I’ve started a new page on this site: ‘Chemistry Online‘ (see bar above header image).  I’d like to compile a list that demonstrates the diversity of online chemistry resources.  I’ve started off with blogs, a couple of open science initiatives, the Periodic Table of Videos, and the 3 major publishing outlets for chemistry (Nature Chem,…

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Weekend Reading

AFM of Pentacene This story has been all over the internetz this week, so I’ll decline to comment (other than wow!) and send you in the direction of those who have said it all already: Excimer@ Carbon Based Curiosities Greg Laden (nice to see something vaguely chemistry hitting the wider blogosphere) Kyle @ The Chem Blog (rather,…

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