June 26, 2005 -- OpenSpectrum The Science of Spectroscopy and its newest project, OpenSpectrum, are featured in the June 2005 issue of ACCESS, Asia's Newspaper on Electronic Information Products & Services.
“ Seeing The Scientific Light ”
The profile helps the project significantly improve its presence in Asia, and attract college faculty to use OpenSpectrum, the recently launched Wiki which allows any user to contribute material and edit the web site. OpenSpectrum shows students, through their own participation on the Wiki, how scientists develop new knowledge, share it at conferences and meetings, and build on each others’ work.
The profile is available on the ACCESS web site at http://www.aardvarknet.info/access/number53/othernews2.cfm?othernews=36
The project is available on the web at http://www.scienceofspectroscopy.info
The Science of Spectroscopy
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Funded by NASA through its National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program since 1999, The Science of Spectroscopy focuses on rethinking how spectroscopy is taught in undergraduate chemistry courses and has resulted in a Web-based curriculum tool that is used and recognized internationally. In 2002, the project expanded its education
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reach with the release of "Seeing The Scientific Light" a companion documentary which has aired on PBS Arizona and is currently in retail distribution; and in 2005 the project added OpenSpectrum, a Wiki-based learning tool for spectroscopy that anyone can edit.