Names of people in group: Maria Godas 774436, Denise Freitag 772030, Kristina Miller 779057, Candice Edwards 762236 Anyway here is the report: This whole collaborative learning project overall was a very unique learning experience. It was something very different from we had ever really done before for a chemistry class. Our group met on Monday's at 3:00 pm for class, during those sessions sometimes it was hard to follow what exactly was expected. We really didn't start learning about the project portion till much later, though it was very informative to learn how to access articles and use chem. draw to make different chemical structures. Our group met about once a week, or once every two weeks usually on a Thursday night in the Union, not only to discuss our project, but also look over lecture notes together. So we met for an hour at least every week up until the last two weeks before the project was due. This was doing to the fact that we needed to find a good article/topic, pertinent information to our topic, and work on our project. We met every day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) the week the project was due from 6pm -11pm. We kept searching for structures, making good links, we just wanted to make sure the project worked and everything was in place. We started with about six different articles, but finally narrowed it down to the Botox topic because it was appealing and thought people would be interested in it. Overall this project wasn't as big of a deal as we made it. We went o some great extremes trying to find the specific structure of Botox, and then came to find out that it was very huge. Another problem that we encountered was trying to find a convenient time for all of us to meet. This whole group/internet combination for chemistry was very much a learning experience. We enjoyed the challenge of trying to make everything work and in the end we learned a lot, not only about Botox, but also about internet/computer use. We wouldn't mind engaging in this type of project again for not only chemistry, but other courses also. It's also nice to notice, that chemistry is constantly in the news, even sometimes when we don't realize it.