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   teaching and computers

The Silicon Graphics Teaching Laboratory
has been replaced by the
Chemical Information Laboratory
and this information is for historical interest only

Teaching and Computers

How can Computers be Useful in Teaching Chemistry?

More information about Cambridge undergraduate lectures

Some of these demonstrations can be run over the WWW. Others are descriptions of ways in which the Silicon Graphics Teaching Laboratory can be used to provide displays in lectures.

Cambridge students and researchers can run some demonstrations on the newer Silicon Graphics Teaching Laboratory computers (fcal - ncal). To use the demonstrations described here, log on to any of the newer Silicon Graphics Teaching Laboratory workstations, then type:

setenv PATH /usr/local/teach/bin:$PATH

You will now be able to experiment with the demonstrations described on these pages.

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