Your responsibilities as an educator in the chemical sciences are varied
Your work involves not only helping students grow their own knowledge, but also advancing the field of chemistry itself through research. Preparing students with knowledge and skills to be successful in their careers requires you to keep up-to-date with access to high-impact literature. At research institutions, you’re also leading research teams and publishing research findings, solidifying and enhancing the reputation of your university.
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Resources for Educators
Whether you’re designing your next laboratory exercise, assessing student performance, managing distance learning, or improving diversity in your classroom, ACS is dedicated to science education. These are just a few of the pedagogical and supporting resources we think you’ll find useful.
- Journal of Chemical Education
- ACS Division of Chemical Education
- ACS In Focus digital books for condensed learning options read in 4 to 6 hours
- Teach students how to communicate with the ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication