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About the Community Site

The ASDL’s community site provides a forum for the sharing of user-generated content for teaching analytical chemistry. Current forums, which are accessible from the menu bar, include:

  • Analytical Chemistry & R: The purpose of this forum is to provide a repository for sharing information on using the open-source statistical analysis package R for teaching analytical chemistry. If you have interesting applications, user-guides, code, or other R-related content, please consider sharing them with colleagues. (This forum currently under construction and does not include content.)
  • Data Set Exchange: The purpose of this forum is to provide a repository for sharing user-generated data sets that illustrate important topics in analytical chemistry. If you have interesting data sets, please consider sharing them with colleagues.
  • Image and Video Exchange: The purpose of this forum is to provide a repository for sharing of user-generated images, photos, videos, and animations that illustrate important topics in analytical chemistry. Many of the images included here are from the eText Analytical Chemistry 2.0. If you have interesting media for your classes and labs, please consider sharing them with colleagues.
  • Laboratory Experiments: The purpose of this forum is to provide a place for discussing and sharing pedagogical innovations for laboratory courses in analytical chemistry. If you have developed an interesting new experiment—whether it involves a novel sample, a seldom-used instrument, or that illustrates an important concept—consider sharing it with colleagues. Also included in this forum are descriptions and links to interesting experiments published in The Journal of Chemical Education and The Chemical Educator.
  • Problem Exchange: The purpose of this forum is to provide a repository for the sharing of user-generated problem sets that illustrate important topics in analytical chemistry and that are suitable for in-class exercises, for out-of-class assignments, or for exams. If you have interesting problem sets, please consider sharing them with colleagues.

Please contact David Harvey if you wish to contribute content to any of these forums.

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