A student who intends to become a practicing chemist, or who will use chemistry in allied fields of science and medicine, should know how to use the chemical literature effectively and efficiently. With the continued information explosion, much time can be wasted and important information missed unless an efficient information research strategy is developed.
Thurston Miller, 231 Nieuwland Science Hall, email@example.com
Introduction, Copyright,Writing citations, Using ND Catalog
Podcasts – be prepared to discuss by Labor Day
Article to read: Chemistry World, March 2008
Presentation sign-up sheet
Research Strategy worksheet, ePortfolio
Subject conventions, searching Google.com
Searching Web of Science
Finding physical and chemical properties using Reaxys
Communication is divided into three parts - Words, Vocal Elements and Nonverbal Elements.
Below are four videos providing examples of when the vocal doesn't match up with the words. I call it upvoice but others call it uptalking or high rising terminals.
FCTV: The Stupidity of...Uptalking (2:01)
Presentation Tip: use your voice more effectively (3:15)
Does Uptalk Make You Upchuck (4:29)
Australian accent speaking about Aussie accent (2:03)
Searching Scifinder – Structure and Reaction
Searching Reaxys - Structure and Reaction
Searching Bioinformatics DatabasesLecture Slides Practice