Chemistry Tutorial Resources

Here are some excellent web sites that will help you learn the topics covered in our General Chemistry course.  Please feel free to suggest additional resources to me that you feel should be included in this list.



Tyler DeWitt  (highly recommended)

Tyler DeWitt has taught Biology, Chemistry and English at high schools in both the United States and South Korea, and believes that science could be every student’s favorite class if it weren’t for the long words and overly technical presentation. Instead, DeWitt focuses on creating engaging lessons that evoke a sense of wonder in kids and that encourage them to think critically.

1.  About Tyler DeWitt  (Please read first)
2.  Tyler DeWitt YouTube videos   Tyler covers a wide range of topics are are am



Khan Academy - excellent videos prepared by Salman Khan




Bozeman Science.  Paul Andersen (located in Bozeman, Montana) has created hundreds of science videos that have been viewed millions of times by learners around the world.   His video essentials for AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, and AP Physics 1&2 are aligned to the AP curriculum.  He also has created a series of videos on the Next Generation Science Standards.

1.  About Paul Andersen  (Please read first)
2.  Main Bozeman Science website (lists all subjects)



Other resources (This section will probably be revised as time permits.  Please feel free to suggest other items that you have found helpful.)

eCHEM1a (University of Berkeley) - This is an open-access online general chemistry video repository, offered not-for-credit and free of charge from UC Berkeley, 

Stephen Lower's web pages
1.  Main chemistry page - excellent introduction to the information on his site