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updated 10/04/04

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updated 2/9/09

 

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Project News

Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR) Workshop at UCLA
June 17-19, 2009
2.5 day Authoring and Implementation workshop, conducted by the CPR Team. Please join us! See information links on our workshops page.
Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR) Workshop at UCLA
June 17-19, 2009

2.5 day Authoring and Implementation workshop, conducted by the CPR Team. Please join us! See information links on our workshops page.

 

Wondering what is expected of your students when using Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR)? Want to introduce your faculty to CPR? Try this: CPR online demonstration 04/07/03

Members of the FLASH consortium will be your guides for an online demonstration of CPR April 22 - May 7, 2003. You will experience CPR in the role of a student, while participating in a short assignment. Check out Upcoming Workshops and scroll down to the Demo Information link.

 

CPR website 1/24/03

Calibrated Peer Review™ Winter 2003 update.
The CPR Technical Support Team wishes everyone a successful Winter and Spring terms.

 

Wondering what is expected of your students when using Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR)? Want to introduce your faculty to CPR? Try this: CPR online demonstration 08/07/02

Members of the FLASH consortium will be your guides for an online demonstration of CPR August 16 - August 28, 2002. You will experience CPR in the role of a student, while participating in a short assignment. Check out Upcoming Workshops and scroll down to the Demo Information link.

 

Two Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR) Workshops at BCCE; Cal State Fullerton's FIPSE Project 07/25/02

The CPR Team will be at Western Washington University July 28 - August 1, 2002, for the 17th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE), where they will conduct two CPR workshops. Also, the Cal State Fullerton FIPSE Project has produced new animations, tutorials, and assessment tools, and so we've added a link to their site from our Explorations page.

 

New Explorations 02/27/02

Check out the new additions to our Explorations page! Organic Reaction Mechanisms have been added to our list, and the Dynamic Equilibria Exploration now has the corresponding worksheets available for download. Also added: updated links to all plugins necessary for each exploration.

 

Successful Miami University Workshop 02/11/02

Thank you to Miami University (Middletown, Ohio), the latest host of a Calibrated Peer Review Workshop, for an extremely successful workshop this past weekend. Both high school teachers and community college professors attended this productive session. We look forward to working closely with Miami U and the participants of this workshop in the future! If you are interested in hosting a CPR Workshop at your institution, please contact Dr. Tim Su or Dr. Arlene Russell.

 

Chautauqua Updates 11/09/04

Chautauqua is updating their website, and now we have created our own separate page for our Chautauqua Course info. If you're interested in coming to our 2.5-day Chautauqua Course on Calibrated Peer Review (CPR) in July, check out Upcoming Workshops and scroll down to the Chautauqua links for course description, application, lodging suggestions and more!

 

Page Updates 01/28/02

Our first two workshops of 2002 -- FLASH Day in Las Vegas on Jan. 11 and MID in Texas on Jan. 25-26 -- were great successes! See the Upcoming Workshops page for updated information on the next workshops we are giving.

 

Happy Holidays 12/19/01

The Molecular Science Staff wishes you and yours happy holidays!

Also: the MolSci People page has been updated to include more pictures. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

A New Look 11/8/01

We are currently updating the look and content of this website. This home page, as well as the Learning Units page, have changed. The rest of the pages within the site are still being updated.

 

CPR Status 10/23/01

Calibrated Peer Review™ (CPR) is now back online. It has been moved to a new server. The CPR Technical Support Team thanks you for your patience.

 

 

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