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Educational Technology Should be Designed Specifically for Chemistry

Among the large number of courses that students will take as part of their college degree program, chemistry can be one of the most challenging. The right edtech tools even the playing field.

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5 Ways to Reduce Course Costs

As the cost of a college education rises for students, here are 5 ways instructors can reduce course costs without compromising the quality of instruction.

Jackie Kroeger-Donovan

VP of Sales & Customer Success

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Colleges Are Sabotaging Black and Brown Students

By Ryan Craig

Chronicle of Higher Education

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Active Learning is Transforming the Way Students Learn Organic Chemistry

A look at why Organic Chemistry is a challenging course to teach and how faculty are responding by incorporating more active and modern methodologies as well as new technologies with their students

Amanda Kutney

Director of Content

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Series A: Announcing the Next Phase of Aktiv Learning’s Mission to Transform STEM Education

We’re creating an even more powerful learning platform, rolling out new courses in chemistry and other STEM disciplines, and doubling down on our community of instructors and students

Justin Weinberg

Co-founder & CEO of Aktiv Learning

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Overcoming the Challenges of Remote Instruction: Using Mobile Technology to Promote Active Learning

By Brandi L. Baldock, Anthony L. Fernandez, Jimmy Franco, Brian A. Provencher, and Mark R. McCoy

Journal of Chemical Education

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Welcome to Our Journal

Our blog will bring you the news and announcements from Aktiv Learning as well as talk about the latest trends in STEM education

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There’s No Snoozing in Class With This Chemistry App

By Brittany Shoot

Smithsonian Magazine

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