XCITR : Explore Chemical Information Teaching Resources
- Type of resource
- Date created
- Date captured
- English, German
- Digital origin
- born digital
Also available at
- CIC-CINF Collaborative Working Group
- Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (DGCh). Chemie-Information-Computer (CIC) Fachgruppe
- German Chemical Society. Chemistry-Information-Computer (CIC) Division
- American Chemical Society. Division of Chemical Information
- Stanford University Libraries. Swain Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library
XCITR: eXplore Chemical Information Teaching Resources was a repository for exploring and sharing chemical information teaching resources. XCITR materials for teaching or personal use. As a successor to the Clearinghouse for Chemical Information Instructional Materials (http://cheminfo.informatics.indiana.edu/cicc/cis/index.php/Clearinghouse_for_Chemical_Information_Instructional_Materials) created by Gary Wiggins at Indiana University in the mid-1980’s, XCITR was developed to meet the need for an international repository of chemical information educational material. XCITR was intended not only for librarians and instructors in chemical information, but also for chemistry professors, instructors in other disciplines related to chemistry, information specialists, students, high school teachers, and even technical writers. XCITR was a hub in which librarians, instructors and information providers deposited and accessed important and useful teaching materials. Educational materials about library services and collections were also welcome.
- Original site
- Archived by Stanford University, Swain Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library
- Web archiving service
- Stanford University Libraries Web Archiving Service
- XCITR was a collaborative project between the Computer-Information-Chemistry (CIC) Division of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) and the Division of Chemical Information (CINF) of the American Chemical Society (ACS). XCITR was hosted by FIZ Chemie Berlin,Germany (2010-2013) and by the Royal Society of Chemistry (2014-2015). The website was developed by a group at FIZ CHEMIE BERLIN and contained all the features of modern Web 2.0 technology, including user-dependent display and functionality, tag cloud and keyword linked documents, and many more.
- Stanford University. Libraries
- Archived website
- Use and reproduction
- Access is provided in a manner consistent with the Stanford University Libraries Web Archiving Policy (https://library.stanford.edu/projects/web-archiving/policy).