Open-source chemistry textbook to give students free option in fall — The Daily Campus 2016-05-01


"Almost two years ago, the University of Connecticut’s Undergraduate Student Government spent $20,000 to help an open-source chemistry textbook make its way into classrooms. During the upcoming fall semester, Edward Neth, a professor in chemistry, said introductory chemistry courses will use this open-source. The textbook will be free to students electronically and cost $55 printed ..."


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05/01/2016, 08:05

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05/01/2016, 04:05