It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
A wealth of background, descriptions, tutorials, training, news, and e-seminars on the Chemical Abstracts (CAS) databases, and the numerous subject specific databases offered by the Scientific & Technical Network (STN). For recorded e-seminars click STN under the Training tab, then click e-seminars You may be asked to enter an STN Login ID to view these e-seminars. You can enter anything in this box. A proper ID is not required.
American Chemical Society - Division of Chemical Information Webinars
Free webinars on various aspects of chemical information tools and sources. Note that this site is being updated and these webinars are temporarily not available,
From the Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemsoc is for everyone interested in the chemical sciences - with events, features, links, educational materials plus the ever-popular Visual Elements Periodic Table and Timeline.
Provides college science majors with a brief introduction to the field of theoretical chemistry, both in a historical context and as it is practiced today. It is also designed to offer practicing chemists and other scientists perspective about how this field can impact their own.
This freely available electronic journal article focuses on web resources serving instructors at the secondary level and above. It provides informative descriptions and links to many diverse sources on on all aspects of chemical education.
This document issued jointly by the Division of Chemical Information of the American Chemical Society and the Special Libraries Association Chemistry Division identifies the skills and knowledge chemistry undergraduates should develop to successfully navigate the scientific and chemical literature in preparing for graduate work or employment as a chemist.
A free, 4-hour online course developed to educate researchers on the principles of quality peer-review. The course features interactive modules covering the basics of peer review and ethics, as well as real-life guidance on how to write a first-rate review.