Webinar: Prof Alison Flynn, 25th October

The Royal Society of Chemistry's Chemical Education Research Group is launching a series of webinars on chemistry education research, and we are delighted that our first speaker will be Alison Flynn, from University of Ottawa. As many will know, Alison is a fantastic speaker and is doing great things in chemistry education research. Her webinar is entitled:

Organic reaction mechanisms: symbolism, patterns, and explanations

The webinar announcement is shown here https://rsccerg.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/webinar-announcement-prof-alison-flynn-25-october/ and joining details will be available on the RSC CERG website from mid-October. The webinar will be held on 25th October at 7 - 8 PM GMT (London UK time). Those who tweet can follow #CERGinar.

All are welcome to "attend", and I look forward to hosting you then.



Dr Michael K. Seery,

Reader, Chemistry Education

Associate Editor: Chemistry Education Research and Practice (www.rsc.org/cerp)


School of Chemistry,

University of Edinburgh,

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