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Professors from over 500 colleges and universities use Chem101 to engage students inside and outside of the classroom. Learn how some of them have transformed their courses.

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Aktiv at Scale: Two Instructors Bring Active Learning to a Premier Chemistry Department

Cathy Serrano Lugo and Dan Collins have adopted Aktiv Chemistry in their Organic Chemistry courses to improve student outcomes.

Cathy Serrano Lugo & Dan Collins

Chemistry Faculty, Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University

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Your Course, Your Way: Thanks to an Innovative Organic Chemistry Learning Platform

Professor Michael Garoutte uses Aktiv Chemistry to engage students in his specially-designed Organic Chemistry course sequence.

Michael Garoutte

Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Missouri Southern State University

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Student Impacts: Fall in Love with Chemistry

Students using Aktiv Chemistry overwhelmingly report a positive learning experience that improved their understanding and interest in chemistry.

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Rev Up Recitations: Strengthen Student Problem-Solving Skills

Professor Scott Reid uses Aktiv Chemistry to expose students to a greater depth of practice and problem-solving – leading to more impactful discussion sections.

Scott Reid

Chair and Professor, Department of Chemistry, Marquette University

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The Future of Teaching: Leveraging New Technology to Keep Students Engaged

Professor Brandi Baldock explains how Aktiv Chemistry’s easy-to-use learning platform is helping her department adapt to an ever-changing educational landscape.

Brandi Baldock

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Merrimack College

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Support That Matters: Elevating Learning and Removing Technical Barriers

Professor Sam Banerjee has transitioned his online homework platform to Aktiv Chemistry to provide a more user friendly experience for his General Chemistry students

Sambuddah Banerjee

Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, East Carolina University