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A guide to biology resources at the Ingram Library and beyond.
Includes references to books, journals, conference proceedings, selected presentation, research reports and policy group working papers in addition to US government documents such as Congressional hearings & reports and Dept of Ed reports
Links to fulltext when available. Use Find It @ UWG for the others.
Please check ERIC's website for updated information on the availability of ERIC documents.
This site is the interactive multimedia companion to Wiley's Concepts in Biochemistry (2nd edition). The instructional resources features are intended to supplement and extend the critical concepts presented in the textbook.
Interactive lessons on the following topics: cells, genetics, evolution, ecology, diversity, plants, and animals. Requires IE 5.0 or higher, Macromedia Flash 4.0 or higher, and Macromedia Shockwave 8.0 or higher.
MERLOT is a free and open online community of resources designed primarily for faculty, staff, and students of higher education to share learning materials and pedagogy. Sign up for a (free) membership in order to contribute materials.
MERLOT is a leading edge, user-centered, collection of peer reviewed higher education, online learning materials, cataloged by registered members and a set of faculty development support services.
MERLOT's strategic goal is to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning by increasing the quantity and quality of peer reviewed online learning materials that can be easily incorporated into faculty designed courses.
MERLOT’s activities are based on the creative collaboration and support of its Individual Members,
Institutional Partners, Corporate Partners and Editorial Boards.
ADW has thousands of species accounts including text, pictures of living animals, photographs and movies of specimens, and/or recordings of sounds. Since students write the text of these accounts, we cannot guarantee their accuracy.
ADW also contains descriptions of levels of organization above the species level, e.g., phyla, classes, and in some cases, orders and families. Hundreds of hyperlinked pages and images illustrate the traits and general biology of these groups. Professional biologists prepare this part.
Educators, students, and the public can go to ScienceEducation.gov and conveniently find via a single query and use (for free) the STEM education offerings of several leading science and technology agencies. The content of ScienceEducation.gov is stratified by grade level and includes lesson plans, curricula, classroom activities, homework help and professional development information. Over 35,000 web pages of STEM content can be accessed.