In addition to Macmillan's standard rigorous peer review process, student involvement was critical to the development and design of Interactive General Chemistry. We crafted this complete course solution to intentionally embrace the way that students learn.
Interactive General Chemistry was built from the ground up to take full advantage of the digital learning environment. High-quality multimedia resources—including Sapling interactives, PhET simulations, and new whiteboard videos by Tyler DeWitt—are seamlessly integrated into a streamlined, uncluttered e-book. Embedded links provide easy and efficient navigation.
Problems drive purposeful study
Students learn best by doing—so with Interactive General Chemistry, homework problems are designed to be a front door for learning. Expanding upon the acclaimed Sapling homework—where every problem contains hints, targeted feedback, and detailed step-by-step solutions—embedded resources link problems directly to the multimedia-rich e-book, providing just-in-time support at the section and chapter level.