Cyberlearning at Community Colleges

21st Century Biology Education


Southeast  2010

As part of the Strengthening Institutions Program Workshop, participants joined this cyberlearning discussion group. We will be exploring Web 2.0 resources, social networking, the Born Digital learners, and other topics.

Location: Southeast Missouri State University
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Jun 22, 2010

Welcome to the group!

There is a nice collection of cyberlearning resources at the workshop web page. You can follow this link to jump directly there.

Take the cyberlearning survey.

Here is the Tuesday Worskhop Evaluation Form.

Here is the Final Evaluation Form.


What is a part of your course you are hoping to revise 13 Replies

Let's use this discussion thread to share information about the area (lab, lecture, homework set, etc.) of your course that you are interested in working on. What kinds of activities would you like…Continue

Started by Sam Donovan. Last reply by Margaret Waterman May 13, 2010.

Share the resources that you have found 10 Replies

Please respond to this message with information about resources that you found and think others might be interested in.Continue

Started by Sam Donovan. Last reply by Margaret Waterman May 12, 2010.

Introducing Quantitative Reasoning:Pros and Cons 12 Replies

This discussion will summarize small group reviews of self-selected Teaching with Data resources.Please share what features you see as useful and would be likely to incorporate in your own class…Continue

Started by Sam Donovan. Last reply by Margaret Waterman May 12, 2010.

Collaborative may be like cologne - it shouldn't get there 10 minutes before you do.

There is a lot of dicussion and literature about online collaborative learning and yet I'm reluctant to engage it as my experience tells me that while students want interaction, it is not necessarily…Continue

Started by Dr. Thomas Eaton May 10, 2010.

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Comment by Walt Lilly on May 11, 2010 at 4:57pm
What I am struggling with right now for Cell biology (juniors and seniors) is how to show the diversity of approaches used to get at a single issue. I'm thinking of demonstration of the role of a set of proteins in a global process, like the secretory pathway or signaling. I need to bring in mutant analysis, expression analysis, image analysis for localization, and so on. I have always done this by analyzing a single paper, but that often is both too technical, and too narrow. That's one of the reasons I like the dessication resistance module on BioQuest. I don't really want a simulation. I like the idea of students working as teams in the analysis process of real data.

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