Our new mailing address, telephone number, fax number, and email addresses are now available. This new contact information will provide our nonprofit journal a stable and independent environment in which to serve you - our readers, reviewers, and authors.
Clifford LeMaster - Editor in Chief
The Chemical Educator
May 9, 2003
Welcome to our new and final Internet resting stop for The Chemical Educator. Our new URL http://chemeducator.org (or http://www.chemeducator.org) will be an easy to remember Internet address and is no longer dependant on the physical location of our server. Our institutional users may create a direct link to http://chemeducator.org/tceinst/ or use the link from the main page. We will also be updating our postal address, phone, and fax numbers in the near future to give us the independence that we need to continue providing chemical educators with the highest quality articles in the timeliest manner.
The Chemical Educator is proud to announce our new Web site that will provide you with the most reliable and up-to-date site in our seven-year history of providing quality articles for chemical educators and students.
The Chemical Educator is now nonprofit and is offered at substantially reduced rates (click here to subscribe)! Our new search engine, while still in its early development, goes beyond searching titles, authors, and keywords. Anything that appears in the abstract pages, titles, authors, abstracts, keywords, and categories - even dates of publication can be searched.
One new feature that has been added is a direct access Web site for our departmental/institutional subscribers. This site allows unrestricted access to all areas of the site based on IP addresses. Just click on the link for institutional users from the opening Web page. All others are free to browse the entire Web site and will only be asked to log on when retrieving a full-text article.
This new site is the official Chemical Educator Web site as of January 1, 2003. We are very excited about providing a high-quality, reliable Web site and extending our excellent reputation for customer service to our authors and reviewers to our subscribers as well. We have many more plans in the near future for improving our offerings and look forward to continuing our effort to bring you quality information that will help you make chemistry clearer and more interesting for your students.
Clifford LeMaster, Editor in Chief