Symposia and Presentations on Educational Technology

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Symposia Organized by Dr. Pence

"Integrating Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling int o the Undergraduate Chemistry Curriculum", Spring 1998 ACS Meeting, March 31, 1998, Dallas, Texas.

"Integrating Computers into the Undergraduate Curriculum", 15th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, Aug. 9-13, 1998

What is the Next Big Step in using Computers to Teach Chemistry, (Co-organizer: Kristen Kulinowsk i - Rice Univ.) Fall, 2000 ACS Meeting, ????, Washngton, DC

Selected papers and talks on educational technology written by Dr. Pence.

Engines of Change: Forces that will Shape SUNY in the Coming Decade, Presented at the SUNY Conference on Insturctional Technology, SUNY Buffalo, NY, May 31, 2000 (Power Point).

Our Changing Relationship with Information, Presented at the SUNY Librarians Association. Meeting, Fredonia, NY, June 4, 1998 (Power Point).

Using Presentation Software for General Chemistry Lectures , prepared for Technology Tools for Today's Campuses [CD ROM], Microsoft Corp., Redmond,WA, 1998.

Whom Can you Trust? Published in t he CLT Newsletter, Fall, 1998, page 3

DO WE NEED MORE BAD BOOKS? (MARCH 1997) - Spring 1997 SUNY CLT Newsletter.

Preparing Chemistry Students for New Communications Environments (April 1997) Presented at the Spring, 1997 Am. Chem.Soc. Meeting in San Francisco, CA by Harry E. Pence and Laura E. Pence (Univ. of Hartford).

Are Simulations Just a Substitute for Reality presented on ChemConf97, a Summer On-Line Conference on Chemical Education, July 1 to Aug. 1, 1997.

PowerPoint and Cooperative Learning: an Ideal Instructional Combination, presented at the Microsoft On-line Technology Colloquium, July, 1997

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