Please note that these sites are not curated by anchem.ca and are only provided as a resource to the community. Some commercial websites are provided below and their presence in this list does not constitute an endorsement from the Analytical Chemistry Division of Canada.
A series of web-meeting are planned to provide an open discussion about mitigation measures to be implemented in analytical chemistry teaching amidst COVID-19.
Summary of the May 22nd meeting -file
Next meetings: June 12th 1PM eastern time will discuss in person labs, 2PM eastern will discuss remote labs; June 26th will focus on online lectures. Zoom links are provided in the summary of the May 22nd meeting.
The Chemistry education division of Canada offers a suite of different resources for online teaching - external website
The Analytical Sciences Digital Library offers numerous free materials (textbooks, in-class worksheets, laboratory activities, simulations, etc.) under the Creative Commons Copyright that are helpful when teaching with traditional and active learning pedagogies - external website
Database of case studies- external website
Analytical chemistry case studies within the database: - external website Case studies can be downloaded for free. Must register ($25USD) to download teaching notes.
HPLCsimulator.org provides simulation of HPLC. It is described in detail in P.G. Boswell, J Chem Ed 2013, 90, 198. - external website
Another web version of the HPLC simulator is available elsewhere- external website
HPLC Teaching Assistant is an Excel simulator written by Davy Guillarme of the University of Geneva.- external website
LC-GC Chromacademy- external website
ProEZGC from Restek is a GC simulator - external website
An alternate GC simulator is GCsimulator.org- external website
Java apps for instrumental analysis and signal processing modeling (might not run on all computers)- external website
Quantitative chemical analysis text book and associated Sapling tool - external website
Remote lab teaching:
Quantitative chemical analysis- external website
ICP-MS (can also be found on row 52 of the link above - QCA video) - external website
FT-IR- external website