Success Stories

Professors from over 500 colleges and universities use Chem101 to engage students inside and outside of the classroom. Learn how some of them have transformed their courses.

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The Future of Teaching: Leveraging New Technology to Keep Students Engaged

Professor Brandi Baldock explains how Chem101’s easy-to-use active learning platform is helping her department adapt to an ever-changing educational landscape.

Brandi Baldock

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Merrimack College


Support That Matters: Elevating Learning and Removing Technical Barriers

Professor Sam Banerjee has transitioned his online homework platform to Chem101 to provide a more user friendly experience for his General Chemistry students

Sambuddah Banerjee

Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, East Carolina University


Customizing the Course Experience to Meet the Most Rigorous Standards

Professor Lenny Vuocolo uses Chem101 in his rigorous Modern Chemistry course to ask probing in-class questions and provide his students with extra practice

Lenny Vuocolo

Associate Teaching Professor, Department of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University


Making Departmental Adoptions Easier with Technology that Keeps Students and Instructors in Mind

Professor Anthony Durante has worked with his community college department and faculty body to implement Chem101 across several first-year chemistry courses with over 30 individual sections per semester.

Anthony Durante

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Bronx Community College


Sparking Interest and Engagement in Introductory Chemistry for Non-STEM Majors

Professor Elaine Bernal has adopted Chem101 in her Introductory Chemistry class for non-STEM majors where she uses the platform to drive engagement in the classroom and cut down the barriers around the subject matter for her students

Elaine Bernal

Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, California State University – Long Beach


A Change for the Better: Excelling with New Classroom & Homework Technology

Long-time chemical educator, Professor Mark Blaser, has adopted Chem101 to foster better interactions in his flipped classroom and provide a seamless online homework platform for his students

Mark Blaser

Faculty, Department of Physical Sciences, Shasta College


Going the Distance: How Faculty Have Implemented Chem101 for Remote Learning

Learn how several Chem101 faculty have used the platform to quickly adapt their courses to different online formats in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Helping Students Learn, Interact, and Visualize Chemistry in New Ways

Professor Katie Kolbet has brought Chem101 into her General Chemistry course to break down key concepts and teach without the hassles of traditional online homework

Kathleen Kolbet

Professor of Chemistry, Department of Physical Sciences, Truckee Meadows Community College


Replacing Clickers with Innovative, Multi-Functional Classroom Engagement Technology

Professor Mallory Mentele has swapped out her traditional clickers with Chem101 to bring active-style chemistry questions into her large Introductory and General Chemistry lectures

Mallory Mentele

Chemistry Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Colorado State University