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Symposia Organized by Dr. Pence
Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling int
o the Undergraduate Chemistry
Curriculum", Spring 1998 ACS Meeting, March 31, 1998, Dallas, Texas.
Computers into the Undergraduate Curriculum", 15th Biennial Conference
on Chemical Education, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, Aug. 9-13, 1998
is the Next Big Step in using Computers to Teach Chemistry, (Co-organizer:
i - Rice Univ.) Fall, 2000 ACS Meeting, ????, Washngton,
Selected papers and talks on educational technology written by Dr. Pence.
Information, Presented at the SUNY Librarians Association.
Meeting, Fredonia, NY, June 4, 1998 (Power Point).
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.
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).
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