Last Updated: 29.1.17

Book Chapters

  • Michael Seery and Christine O’Connor, E-learning and Blended Learning in Chemistry Education, in Chemistry Education: Best Practices, Innovative Strategies and New Technologies, Javier Garcia-Martinez, Elena Serrano-Torregrosa, (Eds), Wiley-VCH, 2015 (Link to book’s homepage)
  • T. L. Overton, B. Byers and M. K. Seery, Context- and Problem-based Learning in Higher Level Chemistry Education, in Innovative Methods in Teaching and Learning Chemistry in Higher Education, I. Eilks and B. Byers (Eds.), RSC: London, 2009.
  • S. W. Bennett, M. K. Seery and D. Sovegjarto-Wigbers, Practical Work in Higher Level Chemistry Education, in Innovative Methods in Teaching and Learning Chemistry in Higher Education, I. Eilks and B. Byers (Eds.), RSC: London, 2009. View this chapter in Google Books.

Papers (Education and Education Research)

  • M. K. Seery, H. Y. Agustian, E. D. Doidge, M. M. Kucharski, H. M. O’Connor and A. Price, Developing laboratory skills by incorporating peer-review and digital badgesChemistry Education Research and Practice, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C7RP00003K (free access). See Project Website here.
  • A. M. Farrell and M. Seery, Making chemical language easyEducation in Chemistry, 2016, September (free access)
  • M. Seery, Learning to write in chemistryEducation in Chemistry, 2016, March (free access).
  • M. Seery,  CVs for the 21st Century, Education in Chemistry, 2016, March (free access).
  • M. K. Seery, Student Engagement with Flipped Chemistry Lectures, Journal of Chemical Education, 2015, 92 (9), pp 1566–1567.
  • M. Seery, Putting chemistry in contextEducation in Chemistry, 2016, November (free access).
  • M. K. Seery, Flipped learning in higher education chemistry: emerging trends and potential directionsChemistry Education Research and Practice, 2015, 16, 758-768.  (open access).
  • M. Seery, A change to reflect (editorial)Education in Chemistry, 2014, September (free access).
  • M. K. Seery and C Mc Donnell, The Application of Technology to Enhance Chemistry Education (Editorial), Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2013, 14 (1), 225-226. (free access link)
  • M. Seery, Talking Technology, Education in Chemistry, 2013, 50(6), 16 – 19. (free access)
  • M. Seery, Harnessing Technology in Chemistry EducationNew Directions, 2013, 9(1), 77 – 87. (free access, link)
  • Saving Paper, 2013, Education in Chemistry, 2013, 50(2), 22 – 25. (free access)
  • Jump-starting lecturesEducation in Chemistry, 2012, 49(5), 22-25. (free access)
  • M. K. Seery, Moving an in-class module online: a case study for chemistry, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2012, 13 (1), 39 – 46. [Link to Journal (free access)]
  • Podcasting: Support and Enrich Chemistry Education, Education in Chemistry, 2012, 49(2), 19-22. [Link to article (free access)
  • M. K. Seery* and R. Donnelly, The implementation of pre-lecture resources to reduce in-class cognitive load: A case study for higher education chemistry, British Journal of Educational Technology, 2012,43(4), 2012 667–677. [Link to Journal]
  • M. K. Seery*, The Role of Prior Knowledge in Undergraduate Performance in Chemistry – A Correlation-Prediction StudyChemistry Education Research and Practice, 2009, 10. 227 – 232. [Link to Journal (free access)]
  • C Mc Donnell, C O’Connor and MK Seery*, Developing practical chemistry skills by means of student-driven problem based learning mini-projectsChemistry Education Research and Practice, 2007, 8(2), 130 – 139. [Link to Journal (free access)] (Special issue on Experiments and the Laboratory in Chemistry Education)
  • MK Seery*, L Clarke, SC Pillai, The Use of Titanium Dioxide-Mediated Photocatalysis in the Treatment of Wastewater: An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment, Chemical Educator, 2006, 11, 1-3.