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View Resource Capturing Campus Cuisine

The Capturing Campus Cuisine project applied archaeological techniques to investigate the eating habits of students at Michigan State University (MSU), during what the project referred to as the "Early Period," from 1855-1870. Research conducted during the project included excavation of a privy located near the first dormitory on campus, research in the MSU archives, and visits to centers of food...

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http://earlyfood.campusarch.msu.edu
View Resource BorgBackup

BorgBackup is a deduplicating backup system that includes support for optional compression and encryption. A single Borg repository can store multiple archives, with the archives representing different folders, different points in time, different machines, or any combination thereof. Borg's deduplication is based on variable-length file chunking, with only chunks that aren't already present in a...

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https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable
View Resource Middle School Chemistry

Science teachers for grades 6-8 should check out Middle School Chemistry, a resource created by science educators Jim Kessler, Patti Galvan, and Adam M. Boyd of the American Chemical Society. Here, visitors will find an extensive suite of fully developed, standards-aligned lesson plans and accompanying multimedia, all of which can be downloaded for free. Organized into chapters, the lessons cover...

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http://www.middleschoolchemistry.com
View Resource OrgChem101

From the University of Ottawa comes OrgChem101, "a set of organic chemistry learning modules that provide structured guidance as you (the student) explore organic chemistry concepts." This resource features three interactive modules: organic chemistry nomenclature, organic reaction mechanisms, and organic acid-base reactions. Each module provides "interactive instructional videos, animations, and...

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http://orgchem101.com
View Resource Education in Chemistry

Chemistry instructors at a variety of levels may be interested in Education in Chemistry, the web version of a magazine for teachers published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. Here, readers can view all of the magazine's articles and digital resources published since 2007. Content is organized into three main sections: classroom, which offers teaching tips and resources such as videos;...

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https://eic.rsc.org