CANAL , John P.




Author Tags: Education

John Paul Canal is a Senior Lecturer for the Department of Chemistry at Simon Fraser University. He wrote "Teaching Undergraduates to Write Publishable Material," which appears in Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World Series: Writing: Processes, Tools and Techniques (Nova Science, 2010).

BOOKS:

Canal, J. P., Ramnial, T., Clyburne, J. A. C. “A Carbene Transfer Agent” in Experiments in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, H. W. Roesky, D. Kennepohl (Eds), Germany, Wiley-VCH, p. 25-31, (2009)

Ramnial, T., Canal, J. P. “The Chemistry of Carbenes and their Metal Complexes: An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment” in Chemistry Education in the ICT Age, M. Gupta-Bhowon et al. (Eds), New York, Springer, p.57-63,
(2009)

Canal, J. P., Lavieri, S. “SIA@SFU (Science in Action at Simon Fraser University)” in Chemistry Education in the ICT Age, M. Gupta-Bhowon et al. (Eds), New York, Springer, p. 115-118, (2009)

Canal, J. P., Jalali, H., Hanlan, L. “The Use of Writing-Intensive Learning as a Communication and Learning Tool in an Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Course” in Chemistry Education in the ICT Age, M. Gupta-Bhowon et al. (Eds), New York, Springer, p.153-160, (2009)

"Teaching Undergraduates to Write Publishable Material," which appears in Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World Series: Writing: Processes, Tools and Techniques (Nova Science, 2010).

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