General Chemistry Interactive CD-ROM, Version 3.0 (Stand Alone)
GENERAL CHEMISTRY INTERACTIVE CD-ROM complements the one- or two-term general chemistry course. Developed by William J. Vining (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), John C. Kotz (State University of New York, Oneonta), and Patrick Harman, GENERAL CHEMISTRY INTERACTIVE CD-ROM is one of the most successful pieces of science education software ever published. The basis of this dynamic and proven teaching and learning tool is that students learn by doing. Technology can now be used to enhance student learning and efficiency by directly leading them to think and explore through interactive computer-based exercises. This unique interactive multimedia program is available packaged with any Brooks/Cole general chemistry text (at a significant discount) or as a stand-alone item.
Specifications of General Chemistry Interactive CD-ROM, Version 3.0 (Stand Alone)
|Author||William Vining, John C. Kotz, Patrick Harman|
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