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This is a good time to direct your attention to my favorite professional organization: The Association for Biology Laboratory Education, or ABLE. I raved about ABLE in a previous post, and I won’t repeat my praise here. I just wanted … Continue reading
If you have ever wanted to expose your introductory biology students to authentic research but weren’t sure how to begin, help is on the way. A multi-university team of faculty, led by Rachelle Spell and Chris Beck of Emory University, … Continue reading
Conference season came to a quick start and finish for me in June, starting with the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (http://www.ableweb.org/) conference at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, and ending with the Introductory Biology Project (http://ibp.ou.edu/) conference in … Continue reading