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Quantum science & technology: Highlights of 2021

Just found this, so making a final post for today. These are some of the highlights in the world of Physics in 2021. Lots of things happened in 2021, so lets hope 2022 is equally as exciting.

I have added a link to the discourse forum and also a link to the Tuxiversity science thread, so you can discuss courses and other options for learning.

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#Physics,#Science,#PhysicsWorld,#2021,#News,#Discourse,#Forum, #Qoto,#Tuxiversity,#Education,#Learning,#Discussions

Tex Live 2021

TeX live 2021 is currently available. I am downloading the iso file via torrent. This also, hopefully helps with distribution.

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#LaTeX,#TeXLive,#Release,#TypeSetting,#CTAN,#Overleaf, #TeXStudio,#Forum

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At the time of writing, CAS are still looking for someone to take over from Claire as South West coordinator.

In the meantime, as I have previously offered to support CAS on a local level. I am still willing to do this.

What I aim to do, is at least try and promote CAS on a local level, see if I can get more teachers / staff / educators in the CAS South Devon forum and take it from there.

I have lots of resources that I would like to share. But I also need feed back to help me improve these resources.

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#computing, #school, #CAS, #forum, #Southwest, #update


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Chemistry Help

I came across this website on the Fediverse as part of a thread on science. I had a look and it appears to be something could really help anyone studying Chemistry

A discussion that mentioned Atomic Orbitals led me to this page on the above website. This site has some nice simulations of topics that are included in the A'level Chemistry Syllabus.

There is also a website with a nice forum on science that I found too. This has a section on Chemistry and then sub forums for Organic, Inorganic and Physical chemistry.

$\LaTeX$ may also be of interest to Chemistry students as you can type set Chemical Formulae etc.

In a sort of related topic, I found a useful site that gives tips on technical writing, I am familiar with some of the ideas presented here, well mostly Constructivism by Jerome Bruner from studying the Supporting Learning in Primary Schools course with the Open University.

I am trying to follow some of this idea when writing instructional blog posts. Provide information on how I do things but put quite a lot of emphasis on the reader actually going away and researching topics. Everyone's system and circumstances are different.

#science, #chemistry, #study, #alevel, #help, #support, #websites, #forum, #simulation.

You can find me on Friendica at zleap@social.isurf.ca


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