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The Chemical Educator

ISSN: 1430-4171 (electronic version)

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Abstract Volume 6 Issue 5 (2001) pp 315-316

Managing Information Flow for Flexible Assessment of Student Learning in Large Lecture Classes

Deborah G. Sauder,* Erica L. Harvey, Marcy Hamby Towns,Laura Slocum, and Theresa Julia Zielinski

Department of Chemistry and Physics, Hood College, Frederick, MD 21701, Department of Chemistry, Fairmont State College, Department of Chemistry, Ball State University, and Department of Chemistry, Medical Technology and Physics, Monmouth University

Published online: 31 August 2001

Abstract. The Physical Chemistry OnLine Consortium (PCOL) is dedicated to enhancing undergraduate physical chemistry by encouraging faculty and challenging students to conduct short-term (~4 weeks) Web-based, mathematically sophisticated activities. PCOL projects involve students and faculty at geographically dispersed institutions. In the fall of 2000, PCOL sponsored three very different projects involving faculty and 175 students from 16 different institutions. This paper discusses strategies for dealing with the growing pains that our successful Web-based educational endeavor has encountered.

Key Words:  Of Special Interest; symposium series; computers; online

(*) Corresponding author. (E-mail: sauder@hood.edu)

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Issue date: October 1, 2001

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