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Instructional Resources

instructional resources

The Department of Chemistry and The University of Georgia provide a wide range of instructional resources to students and faculty. First and second year students attend lectures and participate in laboratory sections in the Science Learning Center, a state-of-the-art facility for science instruction.  The Department also has eight media-enhanced classrooms that provide faculty with computer projection and audio-video equipment for their lectures, and a new scale-up classroom facility with modular workstations. The University has provided access to eLC, a web development interface that makes it easier for faculty to develop course web pages, for all UGA classes. The University also provides several computer labs across the campus. The Center for Teaching & Learning is a University center that assists faculty and teaching assistants with the development of class projects involving technology. Finally, private tutoring is available on a limited basis.

Additional Resources:

  • The Newton organic chemistry research group has developed a set of 120 “Named Reactions Flash Cards” that are intended to be a free resource to aid memorization of those reactions that have become identified by a name (either a person or a specific transformation). For more information or to download the flash cards, visit the Newton Lab website.
  • ChemTalk is a non-profit organization dedicated to science education and outreach, making chemistry fun and easy to learn for the entire planet. This free, ad-free, and barrier-free chemical education portal offers a "Let's Talk Chemistry" podcast with topics ranging from education to biochemistry, synthetic chemistry, and green chemistry. ChemTalk also has a library of worksheets and lessons in chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry that includes teacher resources. Visit the ChemTalk website at


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Assistant to the Department Head: Donna Spotts, 706-542-1919 

Main office phone: 706-542-1919 

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Head of Chemistry: Prof. Jason Locklin