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Gender distribution in chemistry studies in Finland

Posted on February 18th, 2023

Studies show that STEM field is struggling with shortage of women (NGCP, 2022). On the other hand, educational field has too little male teachers. Over 70 % of all European teachers are women (Katsarova, 2019). But what is the current situation in the ...

HTML articles and Pocket/Hypothesis

Posted on March 31st, 2022

Scientific articles are usually delivered in 2 main formats: PDFs and HTML articles. Everybody knows how to operate with PDF articles. Some do it more efficient than others. My workflow with PDFs is to manage citations via Zotero and save relevant file...

Future chemistry teachers’ perceptions of vocationally relevant learning methods: A meta level reflection

Posted on April 12th, 2021

University teaching should be based on the latest research data (University of Helsinki, 2021). This ensures scientific timeliness. In chemistry education, this is challenging as the field is advancing rapidly on two fronts – chemistry and its teac...

RSS Mashup V1.0

Posted on April 13th, 2020

I have been using RSS feeds for supporting lifelong learning and information retrieval for years. RSS is a news tool that enables retrieving the latest changes from some specific website or e.g. scientific journal. Feeds can be subscribed to mobile...

How to get an impact factor for a journal?

Posted on March 25th, 2020

As the Managing Editor of LUMAT, one of my main challenge for future is to get an impact factor for the journal. How can I achieve that?The importance of indexingI have been running my ME position in LUMAT a little over two years. During that time...

3D printing in chemistry education: A meta level reflection

Posted on October 7th, 2019

I finally got my 3D printing review paper published. I wrote it together with Dr. Susanne Wiedmer, an analytical chemist from the Chemistry Department of University of Helsinki. We submitted it to a new IUPAC supported journal called Chemistry Teache...

Johannes Pernaa

Tutkija, opettaja, tietokirjailija ja yrittäjä

Chemistry education scholar and lecturer at the University of Helsinki, Finland

Blogissani käsittelen mielenkiintoisina pitämiäni asioita, kuten esim. innovaatioita, oppimista, kemiaa, kustannusalaa ja avointa tiedettä.

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