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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

One of the greatest issues with doing a blog about work is that you end up not being able to write out everything. Too much extra work :P... I have however, found a better way to do this. Happened while I joined the 2nd ever Waterloo-Laurier C3 Conference(

I had an idea.

I will be moving everything to wikipedia, into its own sections that I will call Wikicademy (was thinking Wikitextbook, but...)
Here's what I propose for Wikicademy:
1. Specific course related sample questions + answers Library for courses.
2. Lessons written by students/professors/professionals for students. Cites Wikipedia sources, and links to additional learning material (eg. Khanacademy).
3. Written for specific courses
4. Written for 1. students to LEARN the material using as little time as possible; and 2. students to LEARN the material fully in a time efficient manner.
5. Can be learned from like an online opensource Textbook.

I will be writing up Calculus I, Math 127 myself (at least part of it) on Wikipedia myself. Once I get Wikipedia to notice, I will propose this idea to them.

Sorry I didn't do the physics questions like I said I would last yr... I got a 51% and I didn't actually know what I was talking about.

Happy 3rd Day of school to the rest of you folks :)

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

So about that gateway...

I've been looking around for information. Unfortunately, a great majority of the online course related resoruces goes into much depth about the subject. However, I want to build a blog that someone can easily refer to for specific course material in a quick and efficient manner. As such, I will be doing problems from each section and explain how I did it in the process (similar to what I've done for *most of * CHEM 120).

I am still playing around with the site organization to find the quickest way to deliver information... so bear with my messed up organization (and lack of material). I will discover an effective format to stick to sometime after.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

2012, April 1st

So I am notorious for starting something and never finishing it... personally I do not think there is time for me to explain everything here.

However, I've found a better way to keep all my school learned knowledge in easy access. I will treat this website as a gate way to other websites that I know have good material (all explained, with examples and such). Finding and copy + pasting a link is just so much easier ;)

Lets make effective use of the net's resources.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Questions and Solutions for CHEM120 Are Up!

CHEM120 Course Questions and Solutions
I've managed, a mist exam time to find an opportunity to scan, size, convert and upload the solutions that were just sitting on my bed for the past few days. Doing this while still having all the knowledge fresh in my head is very useful.

Although the Chemical Bonding Section is not completely finished, I will try to get that done by the end of the next day.

*P.s. Hope my scribbling is legible enough!