## Modules

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Emily Vainberg 1D
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### Modules

Is Dr. Lavelle going to upload more modules or is the Heisenberg Principle the last one he will post?

SimranSangha4I
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### Re: Modules

Honestly, I'm not sure because I think everything he's posted has been uploaded at once. Hopefully he will be posting some more modules.

Victoria Li 1L
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### Re: Modules

I don't think so - those modules were all made at once probably a while back. They're probably just there to help us ease into the class/review some commonly confused concepts.

gabbymaraziti
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### Re: Modules

Sapling Learning is a similar kind of resource. You should have access to it if you purchased the textbook bundle through UCLA, and there are some learning objective courses on there.

Cassidy Kohlenberger 3D
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### Re: Modules

I'm not certain but you could always ask Dr. Lavelle after his lecture. A similar way to study is by using Khan Academy. There are videos on almost every topic we've covered and quizzes that correspond to them, just like Lavelle's modules.

Matt F
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### Re: Modules

On the Learning Outcomes outline for Chemical Bonds (the next topic) there is no mention of watching modules for that section. He could update it later, but those are likely set in stone as outlines for the rest of the quarter. As mentioned above, the modules were likely just to help ease people back into studying chemistry.