Study and Communication Skills for the Chemical Sciences reviews the skills a chemistry student needs to develop to fulfil their true potential during their studies, and to enhance their employability beyond university.
Written in a practical, motivational style, with plenty of examples and advice to help the reader master the skills being explored, the book explains how to get the most out of lectures, tutorials, and group work; how to get the most out of the vast array of information that is available in books, in journals, and on the web; how to communicate your work and ideas effectively to others; and how to revise for and complete exams to give yourself the best chance of success.
Written specifically for chemistry students by an author team that includes one of the UK's leading chemical educators, Study and Communication Skills for the Chemical Sciences is the essential guide to getting the most out of your studies - and beyond.
Online Resource Centre
The Online Resource Centre to accompany Study and Communication Skills for the Chemical Sciences features:
Figures from the book in electronic format, ready to download;
Examples of good and bad practice when using Powerpoint presentations;
Examples of good and bad practice when producing posters
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Jon Scott received his BS from the University at Albany, and his MA and Sp.A. from Western Michigan University. An active member of the MAA, he is part of the team that conceived and manages the MAA Professional Enhancement Program. He received an Outstanding Faculty Award from Montgomery College in 2003.Review:
"This is a uniquely positioned text that has the potential to enhance significantly the teaching of chemistry in universities." --Dr Colin R. Pulham, The University of Edinburgh
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