COS Service 5 Renew Teaching Labs Equipment. Establish biology Labs. Introduce online courses. Initiative 3 Introduce New Programs. Short courses. Public lectures. Media. Top. http://www.kfupm.edu.sa/cs/COS-Plan.htm
Extractions: CS-News Letter Key Areas of Thrust Teaching Research Industry Community Services ... Requirements Teaching Initiative 1: Increase the Number of Students Publicize and Advertise the College Programs Initiative 2: Enhance Teaching Participate in ADC and Other Teaching Projects Introduce Project Oriented Courses Participate in International Competitions Participate in Students Competitions and Projects Establish Math Learning Center Improve Prep Year Math and Science Programs Review and Improve Teaching Labs Manuals Renew Teaching Labs Equipment Establish Biology Labs Introduce Online Courses Initiative 3: Introduce New Programs Introduce Diploma in Education Program Introduce New Ph.D. Programs in Earth Science and Physics Introduce a Biotechnology Program Introduce an Environmental Science Program Introduce an Industrial Math Program Initiative 4: Expand the Use of Information Technology Improve Computation Facilities (computers, computer labs
Shanghai Activities Virology, CAS Dr. Wang Ximing, Institute of Molecular biology 44 Xiao The program includes theoretical lectures (1st week) and a laboratory course (2nd week http://hennig-online.net/wolfgang/EMBOcourseWuhan.html
Courses In Biological Sciences At BGSU Three onehour lectures and one two-hour recitation/laboratory Directed Readings in Biological Sciences (1-6). Supervised independent online courses Back to top. http://www.bgsu.edu/departments/biology/courses.html
Xavier University Registrar 1.004.00) Independent study in some specialized area of biology. Cross-listed courses EDWS345 EDWS544. PLANTS IN THE CLASSROOM (2.00) lectures, lab activities http://www.xavier.edu/registrar/course/biol.html
Extractions: Fall Spring Summer Student OnLine Services ... Academics Home Subject Area: Biology Department: Biology College: College of Arts and Sciences LIFE: HUMAN BIOLOGY (2.00) Each course (102-120) emphasizes a different aspect of biology and its impact on human society Prerequisite: Corequisite: LIFE: BIOLOGY OF WELLNESS (2.00) Each course (102-120) emphasizes a different aspect of biology and its impact on human society. Prerequisite: Corequisite: LIFE: HUMAN REPRODUCTION TODAY (2.00) This course will focus on human reproduction, both the physiological processes involved in traditional reproduction and the new technologies that allow the manipulation of human fertility. We will begin with the human reproductive system and its normal control by the endocrine system. After considering some of the potential causes of infertility, we will consider the new technologies of fertility drugs, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, gamete transfer, sperm injection, genetic selection, surrogate motherhood, cloning, and the cryopreservation of gametes, embryos, and gonad tissue. Prerequisite:
EMBO - Promoting Molecular Biology In Europe. organising and supporting scientific courses, lectures, and from the field of molecular biology and related an Epublishing and online information platform (E http://www.embo.org/organisation/history.html
Extractions: EMBO started life in 1964 after leading scientists from the field had realised the importance of molecular biology for Europe. They felt the need to organise European resources in a more effective and international manner, because of the multi-disciplinary nature of molecular biology which implied that not all skills might be available in any one country. Therefore article S2 of the Statutes of the Organization states that EMBO was established to promote and encourage the development of molecular biology in Europe and the neighbouring countries. It was one of the elements in the Statutes also that the members of EMBO are elected by the existing membership. The initial programme of EMBO had a number of different elements: postdoctoral fellowships in which the international character of the fellowships would be a distinguishing feature; short term, quickly available fellowships;
Access Excellence Activities Exchange uploaded into the Graphics Gallery for online viewing and biology was written for introductory biology students specifically for students taking a basic course. http://www.accessexcellence.org/AE/
Extractions: Please visit our Teacher's Lounge to share your ideas and 'talk' with the creators of the activities found here. Partners' Collection This month's Featured Partner: IFT has developed Experiments in Food Science , a learning module of value to biology, chemistry and integrated science students. The module acquaints students with the application of science and engineering to the production, processing, distribution, evaluation and utilization of food. This module is also available in pdf format . More Food Science and Technology resources are available here DNA Primer: An Introduction to Nucleic Acids and Their Application to Infectious Disease Detection , developed by Joan Polancic, MSEd, CLS(NCA), and presented by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science , introduces the basics of nucleic acids so that current molecular technologies that are performed in the clinical or medical laboratory can be understood and applied to disease detection.
Extractions: Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home Curriculum Resources Search the Site More Options Classroom Calendar Digital Dozen ENC Focus ... Ask ENC Explore online lesson plans, student activities, and teacher learning tools. Search Browse About Curriculum Resources Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants. Series: Barrons EZ-101 study keys. Record Created: Last Modified: 2004 ENC . All information in this catalog record was verified and accurate when it was first made available to the public. ENC updates catalog records when resources are featured in special projects or when we learn that the information in the record is out of date. Back to Top You Are Here ENC Home Curriculum Resources
Biology Student Workbench to teachers wanting to conduct molecular biology laboratories with History Seminars on Science Sixweek, online distance learning courses for K-12 http://peptide.ncsa.uiuc.edu/links.html
Extractions: Home Project Info Calendar Curricular Materials Resources and Links FAQ Contacts Feedback and Discussion SIB ... BWB We hope these links will be useful in exploring bioinformatics, biology, and medicine. Also included are links to web sites of interest to science educators. Only sites that provide open access to substantial amounts of their content are listed. Please note that this page is still under active construction and the categories are very loose at this point, so it may be valuable to look through several categories to find particular items of interest. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Tools Biology Workbench A web-integrated access portal to numerous databases and analysis tools Protein Explorer A protein visualization tool, useful in conjunction with several Biology Workbench applications. Protein Explorer is a RasMol-like interface implemented in Chime, but the Protein Explorer can offer much greater assistance and automation. Thus, the Protein Explorer can make visual exploration of protein structure much more accessible to novices, occasional users, or nonspecialists, as well as making it much more convenient than RasMol, even for experts. See in particular Lesson Plans for Molecular Visualization and DNA Structure: An Interactive Animated Nonlinear Tutorial for Protein Explorer educational materials.
Online Learning Update This course focuses on current research in cell biology, immunology, neurobiology, genomics The school also offers online certification courses. http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/onlinelearning/archive/2004_05_02_archive.html
Extractions: After months of checking out master of business administration (MBA) programmes at private schools, researcher Muhammad Tani Tabiin, 35, found something that suited him to a T. He did not have to go to class, could study whenever he had time, and all he needed for the lessons was an Internet connection. His choice of study mode: a degree offered by online university Universitas 21 Global. For Mr Tani, who works long hours as a post-doctoral fellow at a local research institute, online study was perfect. He has a 10-month-old daughter, and his wife is expecting another child in October. His case is just one example of why getting an education online has become more popular in Singapore, especially with working adults who want to upgrade themselves.
Honors/AP Beginning in Fall 2001, we are offering AP biology as an you will be able to access the online course, which includes multimedia lectures, selfchecks http://lahabra.seniorhigh.net/pages/acad/pages/APBio.html
Extractions: HONORS/ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES Beginning in Fall 2001, we are offering AP Biology as an online course through UCCP (the University of California College Prep Initiative). Here's how it will work: If you take the class, you will be scheduled into a computer lab for one class period each day, where you will be able to access the online course, which includes multimedia lectures, self-checks, activities, quizzes and tests. (We may opt to do off-line paper tests and/or quizzes.) They claim this takes most or all of the 5 class periods per week. Attendance will be taken. The online instructor will be contacted via email and will have office hours. This person will answer your academic questions and will grade your assignments. There will also be a technical support contact in case you encounter online difficulties. You will also be expected to do reading and homework from the textbook, which you would probably do at home each day. This may take an hour each day, and successful completion of this work may be required before you can do subsequent online work. Some of this homework will be submitted online, some will be faxed to the online instructor. The year-long course includes 12 2-hour labs that are sprinkled in from September to April. You will complete lab notebooks, which will be sent to the instructor.
Extractions: Home Depending on your comfort and skill levels, one of the following options for integrating technology into your curriculum should work for you. Take your time. As mentioned on the Requisite Skills page, a 1992 Apple Computer study found that it can take up to two years for faculty to adjust to and work with technology, implement new tools successfully, and integrate them into their curriculum. Also as discussed elsewhere on this site, you can't assume that everything that has worked for you in a classroom setting is going to work in an on-line course. Experiment and practice in small steps to see what works best for you. Option 1: Integrate technology into your classroom course. This may be as simple as offering the syllabus and course information online, linking to relevant resources that can be found on the web, and/or requiring preparation of specific assignments using relevant software (e.,g., word processor for documents, perhaps requiring that they be emailed to you as attachments; spreadsheet program for accounting classes; PowerPoint or other presentation software for classroom presentations of group or individual projects, etc.) Accounting Managerial Cost Accounting Analysis and Design of Accounting Databases Anthropology
Extractions: Useful Links (Teaching: K-12) Access Excellence Genentech Outreach Project. This site is terrific, and includes online experiments and activites, as well as news, links, information, a mentor exchange and more. and ideas (Activity Exchange), information, links, more National Mentoring Partnership Includes hints for mentors, mentoring databases, and more. Eisenhower National Clearinghouse A large, searchable WWW site with information on educational initiatives and more. National Science Resources Center WWW Site for the Smithsonian Institution's outreach programs. Includes Science and Technology for Children (STC) Curriculum materials. Bill Nye the Science Guy Nye labs online. Includes home demos of a range of science activities. Classroom Connect Includes online classroom conferences, internet resources for educators and more.
Biology Graduate Program students may specialize in activities at all regulation; cancer immunology and biology; microbiology of in teaching by delivering formal course lectures or by http://main.uab.edu/show.asp?durki=24097
Extractions: These sites are gateways to useful online resources for instructors, students and people looking for general biology information. I have also included some outstanding informational sites in particular topic areas that are geared for students. I will be adding more sites to this list as I sort through user's suggestions.
Nutrition Notes Online biology, Mendelian genetics, immunology, and molecular biology. a Montana State University online course for middle for 2 year college courses which prepare http://www.sfu.ca/~jfremont/nutritioneducation.html
Extractions: It's Not Too Late to Review Basic Science If you have been out of school for awhile, you can review basic biology concepts at: The Biology Project from University of Arizona with an interactive online resource for learning biology based on an entry-level biology course, for use by high school and college-level students. The site is divided into seven subject areas: biochemistry, cell biology, developmental biology, human biology, Mendelian genetics, immunology, and molecular biology. Within each subject there are problem sets, tutorials, activities, and links to related Internet resources. The Pathophysiology of Digestive System with notes, quizzes and pix. Human Anatomy Online is interactive and will keep you busy for awhile. Biochemical Learning Resources from the University of Leeds. Immunoglobin Structure in Images Food and Health Newsletter list of online courses The Merck Manual will help you with medical terminology. Basic Nutrition Notes for a first level college or university nutrition course generously supplied by the University of Minnesota.
WWWDEV Listserv - MemberÔs Courses of a semester of high school general biology course that I of the United States, and to hold online discussions with 1613 is a first year course in Composition http://www.unb.ca/web/wwwdev/c3.html
Extractions: World Wide Web Courseware Developers' Listserv Web Site From The University of New Brunswick WWWDEV Member's Courses The World Wide Web Courseware Developers Home Page contains information of interest to persons developing courseware that is to be delivered in part or totally over the WWW. These listings are provided by the members of the WWWDEV Listserv. This is by no means an endorsement by the University of New Brunswick, by myself (Rik Hall), nor by the Department of Extension and Summer Session. There are certain restrictions and procedures to follow should you wish your course to be listed here and these can be found at www.unb.ca/web/wwwdev/crules.html Anatomy Anthropology Astronomy Arts ... Technical Communication Institution Course Particulars University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Anatomy The UAMS Anatomy site serves as a launch point for web-based material for three major courses - Gross Anatomy, Microanatomy, and Neuroscience. The Gross Anatomy pages are comprehensive, covering all of human gross anatomy. Back to the Table of Contents Institution Course Particulars University of Manitoba, Continuing Education