The Chemistry Hypermedia Project at Virginia Tech


The Project

The Chemistry Hypermedia Project is exploring new ways to apply computer and network technology to help students learn chemistry, and to help educators teach chemistry.

The specific goals of this project are:

  1. To use the internet to provide supplemental educational resources to chemistry students.
  2. To determine effective hypermedia designs for chemical education.
  3. To evaluate the distribution of multimedia educational material over the internet.
  4. To develop, evaluate, and dessiminate prototype programs for creating interactive exercises.


Contributors

Professor Brian Tissue
Initiator of the Chemistry Hypermedia Project at Virginia Tech. An analytical chemist with expertise in spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, geochemistry, and materials. Tissue Home Page
Professor Mark Anderson
An analytical chemist with expertise in electrochemistry, infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and chromatography. Anderson Home Page

Mark and Brian:

M. Gwen Sibert
Chemistry instructor at the Roanoke Valley Governor's School.
Professor Thomas Chasteen
Professor of Chemistry at Sam Houston State University. Thanks for the chemiluminescence Red Head!
Ron Earp
Former Virginia Tech graduate student working under the direction of Dr. Raymond Dessy in the areas of surface plasmon resonance and optical biosensors. Ron is now making big bucks in the biotech industry. :)
Ching-Wan Yip
Former Virginia Tech graduate student, now a computer specialist at Wake Forest University.

History of the Chemistry Hypermedia Project

Professor Brian Tissue began the Chemistry Hypermedia Project at Virginia Tech in October 1993. The Chemistry Department HTTP server went online in March 1994 with a Mac IIcx convertible. (Who says Macs aren't expandable?)


The Money

This project has been supported by:

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