Using Technology To Flip and Structure General Chemistry Courses at a Large Public University: Our Approach, Experience, and Outcomes

@inproceedings{Deri2017UsingTT,
  title={Using Technology To Flip and Structure General Chemistry Courses at a Large Public University: Our Approach, Experience, and Outcomes},
  author={Melissa A Deri and Donna McGregor and Pamela Mills},
  year={2017}
}

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