Chemistry Resources For The Secondary Education Teacher On The WWW
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Addison Wesley & Benjamin Cummings
W. H. Freeman
- Read about the new ACS general chemistry textbook
- Glencoe Online Science: Chemistry
Glencoe/McGraw-Hill has set up a site for all of their high school chemistry textbooks. Resources at this site vary depending on the textbook.
Globe Fearon is a division of Pearson Learning Group.
Hayden-McNeil is a supplier of student laboratory notebooks.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston
Houghton Mifflin's division for secondary textbooks and instructional technology is McDougal Littell.
Jones and Bartlett
Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
Prentice-Hall has a separate web site for college textbooks.
Prentice-Hall has set up a site for Addison-Wesley Chemistry and Prentice Hall Chemistry. They have special resources for both teachers and students, including internet activities and web links for each chapter in the text.
Thomson Learning has a different web site for AP/Honors textbooks.
- Nelson Chemistry
Thomson Learning has set up a site for Nelson Chemistry. They have special resources for both teachers and students, including an online tutor and study guide.
Academic Book Services, Inc.
Academic Book Services, Inc. deals in "high quality used (reconditioned) textbooks," as well as other textbook services.
Follett Educational Services
Follet Educational Services offers pre-owned textbooks, new curriculum materials, textbook inventory management software, and a book buy-back program.
The sciLINKS� web site is a partnership between U.S. textbook publishers and NSTA which connects key textbook subjects to NSTA-approved Web sites that can enrich student learning both inside and outside the science classroom. This service is free. To use it just log on to the sciLINKS site and enter a sciLINKS number from the margin of your textbook. Take a Tour of sciLINKS.