Improving chemistry literacy to support laboratory work
Integrating Reaxys into undergraduate chemistry education
Professor Forest Robertson believes that young chemists should be taught to use research solutions like Reaxys early in their careers. He says it doesn't just improve their chemistry literacy: it also shows them smarter wasy to do research. In an interview with Elsevier, he explained specific exercises that he uses to teach students to get the most out of Reaxys.
Chemistry graduate work requires knowledge of research solution. Students who get an early introduction to such tools are in a better position to succeed. Professor Forest Robertson of Western Connecticut State University integrates Reaxys into his courses to ensure that students are familiar with this chemistry research solution. He wants to be sure that each student can use Reaxys independently to support their laboratory work and boost their chemistry literacy.
Reaxys bolsters the chemical literacy of our students. Including it in the undergraduate program is the smart thing to do. Prof. Forest Robertson, Assistant Professor at WCSU
Professor Robertson says that it's easy to get students to work with Reaxys thanks to the very intuitive user interface. He has had no complaints from them. Having used all the available products, he's convinced that Reaxys is always the right first choice for research: whenever he queries the Reaxys database, he finds what he needs. He is convinced that undergraduates who are educated on research solutions like Reaxys get a head start in their careers.
Reaxys is integrated into my courses—it’s not just a resource for me. Prof. Forest Robertson, Assistant Professor at WCSU
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