Jean-Claude Bradley

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I teach organic chemistry at Drexel University.  Two of my courses [[http://chem241.wikispaces.org CHEM 241]] and [[http://chem243.wikispaces.org CHEM243]] are made available mainly as open courseware with full screencast and podcast recorded lectures.<br><br>
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I teach organic chemistry at Drexel University.  Two of my courses [[http://chem241.wikispaces.org CHEM 241]] and [[http://chem243.blogspot.org CHEM243]] are made available mainly as open courseware with full screencast and podcast recorded lectures.<br><br>
I think that there is a tremendous opportunity to leverage the open sharing of knowledge in reasearch as well as teaching.  To this end, I initiated the [[UsefulChem]] project.<br><br>
I think that there is a tremendous opportunity to leverage the open sharing of knowledge in reasearch as well as teaching.  To this end, I initiated the [[UsefulChem]] project.<br><br>

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Jean-Claude Bradley, Ph. D.
E-Learning Coordinator for the College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Drexel University

I teach organic chemistry at Drexel University. Two of my courses [CHEM 241] and [CHEM243] are made available mainly as open courseware with full screencast and podcast recorded lectures.

I think that there is a tremendous opportunity to leverage the open sharing of knowledge in reasearch as well as teaching. To this end, I initiated the UsefulChem project.

Media:BradleyCVshort.doc

Drexel CsAS E-learning blog
Drexel CoAS E-learning podcast
UsefulChem Blog

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