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12.1: VIPEr- Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource- A Community for Teachers and Students of Inorganic Chemistry

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    IONIC VIPEr is a cyber-interface that facilitates collaborative development of learning materials and their dissemination to the wider inorganic community. This website, VIPEr (Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource), serves both as a repository and as a user-friendly platform for social networking tools that facilitate virtual collaboration and community building. The VIPEr community seeks to develop and disseminate best practices for teaching inorganic chemistry.

    IONIC VIPEr website


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