Jean-Claude Bradley

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I teach organic chemistry at Drexel University.  Two of my courses [[http://chem241.wikispaces.com CHEM 241]] and [[http://chem243.blogspot.com 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.com CHEM 241] and [http://chem243.blogspot.com CHEM243] are made available mainly as open courseware with full screencast and podcast recorded lectures.<br><br>
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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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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.  We can handle much of the synthesis tasks in my lab.  Collaborators are sought for other tasks, such as the in vitro testing of our inhibitors. <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. We can handle much of the synthesis tasks in my lab. Collaborators are sought for other tasks, such as the in vitro testing of our inhibitors.

Media:BradleyCVshort.doc

Drexel CsAS E-learning blog
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