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2002 PLTL Research Publications

Bonicamp, J.M. (2002). Who’s minding the store? – Or how a team of undergraduate teaching interns rejuvenated an ACS certified program. Chem. Educator, 7, 324-327.

Bradley, A.Z., Ulrich, S.M., & Jones, M. Jr. (2002). Teaching the Sophomore Organic Course Without a Lecture: Are You Crazy? Journal of Chemical Education, 79, 4.

Bradt, S. (2002). Organic Chemistry made (Relatively) Easy—By Students’ Own Peers. University of Rochester Review, 60, 3.

Goodwin, J.A. (2002). Development of Computer-Based Activities for Peer-Led Team Learning in University-Level General Chemistry. Paper #316 SSGRR. 2002’s Conference Proceedings. Telecom Italia, L’Aquila, Italy.

Peace, G.E., Lewis, E.L., Burke, K.A. (2002). The Multi-Initiative Dissemination Project: Active-Learning Strategies for College Chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 79,  6, 699.

Tien, L., Roth, V., & Kampmeier, J. (2002). Implementation of a Peer-Led Team Learning Instructional Approach in an Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Course. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 39(7), 606-632. Link: 

Yarnel, A. (2002). Focusing on Reform. Chemical Engineering News, 80,  43, 1562.

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