IUPUI Chemistry Resource Center (CRC) LD 201

 

The CRC is closed for the summer as of August 8. The CRC will reopen for the fall term on September 2, 2014.

 

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Updated August 17, 2014

 


The Chemistry Resource Center (CRC), located in LD 201, provides students with an opportunity to get additional help in their chemistry courses. The Center’s hours vary somewhat term to term, but it is generally open 30-40 hours during the week (including some evening hours) during the fall and spring semesters, with limited summer hours. Help is free and is available on a drop-in basis.

The CRC is staffed by a core group of workers who are hired specifically to provide assistance to chemistry students. Graduate students, part-time instructors and advanced undergraduates also work in the resource center providing help on topics from stoichiometry to laboratory data analysis. One-on-one and small group assistance with homework problems is available. Computers are available as well. The staff can help troubleshoot online assignments (How do I login?) and provide basic help with common chemistry software (How do I change the scale on the y-axis? How do I use ChemDraw to make structures for my lab report?).

The CRC’s target audience is students enrolled in classes at the introductory levels, with particular emphasis on serving students in C100, C101, C105, C106, C110, C115, C121, C125, and C126. Many students in “sophomore” organic chemistry (C341, C342, C343, and C344) also make use of the facility.


Questions about the CRC can be directed to Keith S. Anliker, Senior Lecturer of Chemistry and Director of Laboratory and Curriculum Support (274-6877, ksanlike@iupui.edu).

IUPUI Chemistry Resource Center (CRC) LD 201