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Tuesday, November 10 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Providing no-cost, sustainable learning materials for organic chemistry students

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This session will describe the conversion in all sections of Organic Chemistry I & II from a traditional hard-copy textbook to a free, open-source textbook. All students have access to the book through the university's learning management system. Assessment of student and faculty satisfaction, as well as representative student performance and retention, will be provided.

Learning Outcomes: Learning outcomes for the project include (1) the adoption of a no-cost OER textbook, (2) the alignment of the OER resource and supplementary materials with the course objectives, and (3) the assessment of developed materials to measure their effectiveness in student satisfaction, faculty satisfaction, student performance, and student retention.

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avatar for Dawn (Nikki) Cannon-Rech

Dawn (Nikki) Cannon-Rech

Librarian AC, Georgia Southern University Libraries
Research services librarian and liaison to College of Science and Mathematics.
avatar for Christine Whitlock

Christine Whitlock

Professor, Georgia Southern University
avatar for Shainaz Landge

Shainaz Landge

Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry, Georgia Southern University


Tuesday November 10, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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