Fourteen faculty from the University have been selected as Fellows in the MU Institute of Instructional Technology's second annual Summer Institute. Participants work together to learn about the latest educational technologies available at the University. Participants will develop technologies they will use in the courses they will teach next year through hands-on workshops, presentations, and discussions led by faculty and staff who are experts in the field on educational technology. Topics range from the use of electronic mail to facilitate and extend class discussions to advanced multimedia authoring.3.
The book offers fascinating answers and thought-provoking questions at the heart of today's science for a young and young-at-heart audience. John Shane, the Vice President for Programs at M-o-S, writes in the preface: "Our greatest hope is that this book will stipulate your curiosity. The essays should give you some sense of the enormous range of scientist's curiosity. They should also give you a better understanding of the process of science and the excitement available to us all if we learn to ask question."
MU Best of the Web Award Winner
Winter Semester 1997, Faculty/Staff
Congratulations, your page at http://www.missouri.edu/~chemrg has been voted as the best faculty/staff page for the Winter Semester 1997 by the MU Web Authors' Guild. I would personally like to compliment you for the quality of you design and content. A full list of winners is displayed at: http://www.missouri.edu/~muwww/guild
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