Chemistry Learning And Support Studios (CLASS) albums

Fullerton College

Las Vegas, CCSN

Albuquerque TVI

San Francisco, CCSF

Houston, Montgomery C.

* Bellevue CC



MolSci Adapted and Adopted

Fullerton College

Las Vegas, CCSN

Albuquerque TVI

San Francisco, CCSF

Houston, Montgomery C.

* Bellevue CC



Presentations

16th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE), August 2000

League for Innovation in the Community College, November 2000

ACS National Meeting, April 2001

Chemistry


Calibrated Peer Review Help for Students

by Dr. Tim Su, CCSF
FLASH Chemistry Consortium

This is my first CPR, how do I access my assignment?

  • Go to the CPR Login Page
  • Follow the New Users; First time login link.
  • Select your school from the list.
  • Enter your student ID (this may be given to you by your instructor)

Complete your profile by creating a password and a challenge question. You will be given your CPR username by the server.

Write these down somewhere that you can find them. Please choose a challenge question that you CAN remember the answer for (in the future). Your Laboratory Notebook is a good place!

You will use this username and the password you created to access all your CPR assignments. If you are using CPR in more than one course, this username will allow you to access all of them.

You can also download the student handout, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

If your student ID is NOT recognized by the server, check with your instructor right away.

CCSF students may also contact Dr. Su at tmsu@ccsf.edu

CPR Introduction on Streaming Video
See Prof. David Licata's Chemistry 180 video page.
Coastline Community College
You will need the free Real Media Player plugin to view.

Another CPR Tutorial
Designed by Dr. Ken Chapman, Economics, CSU Northridge

CSUN CPR tutorial for the first time user

How do I format my TEXT entry?

Here is a good tutorial on using HTML with CPR. It was designed by Dr. Steven Verhey, Biology Department, Central Washington University.

http://www.ccsf.edu/Departments/Chemistry/su/flash/HTMLhelp.htm

If you make a mistake in your HTML, your TEXT could be "invisible" to your reviewers and you will receive a lower score. Use the PREVIEW button often.

Always save your TEXT entry on your own disk.
You can type your text in a word processor first, then copy and paste it into the CPR Text Entry box before the deadline. Be sure to check that you have received confirmation from the server that your text has been submitted. Your instructor can verify this also.

The assignment is over, and what does it all mean?

When the assignment END time has passed, you can check your results. Download this handout to help you understand your results, at each stage of the assignment.

Understanding Your Results, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

You could also take a look at Prof. K. Chapman's tutorial.