Biology Student Workbench Workshop: Integrating Bioinformatics into Biology Science Education, Teacher Education, and Educational Technology Courses

Binder Contents

1. Workshop Information

Welcome Letter

Workshop Agenda, ACCESS Center and Beckman Center

Participant Lists, ACCESS Center and Beckman Center

2. Biology Workbench

Subramaniam, Shankar, 1998. The Biology Workbench—A Seamless Database and Analysis Environment for the Biologist. PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Genetics, Volume 32, p. 1-2.

Cotter, Dawn, 1999, About the Biology WorkBench. BioQUEST Notes, Volume 9, number 3, May, p. 8-10.

Boyce, Ed, 2000. BioQUEST and EOT: Using Biology WorkBench to Bridge Research and Educational Agendas. Online: News about the NPACI and SDSC Community, Volume 4, issue 1, January 12,

Jakobsson, Eric, and Donovan, Sam. Introduction to the Biology Student Workbench.

3. Tutorial I

Sabo, John M., Lynch, Jamie L., and Raineri, Deanna M., Sickle Cell Anemia: Understanding the Molecular Biology.2001. Biology Student Workbench.

4. Tutorial II

Donovan S., and Greene, K, 2000. Activities from “Using the Internet to do Biological Inquiry: Adventures in Bioinformatics, from a Workshop at Beloit College, Nov. 11, 2000.

Markham, Richard B., et al, 1998. Patterns of HIV-1 Evolution in Individuals with Differing Rates of CD4 T Cell Decline, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Volume 95, p. 12568-12573.

5. Bioinformatics--General

National Center for Biotechnology Information, NCBI News, Fall/Winter 2000

Hagen, Joel B., 2000. The Origins of Bioinformatics. Nature Reviews Genetics, Volume 1, December, p. 231-236.

Boguski, Mark S., 1998. Bioinformatics—A New Era. Trends Guide to Bioinformatics, Elsevier Science, p. 1-3.

Are You Ready For the Revolution, editorial, in Nature, Volume 409, 15 February 2001, p 758-760.

Watkins, Karen (2001). Bioinformatics: Making sense of information mined from the human genome is a massive undertaking for the fledgling industry. Chemical and Engineering News. Feb 19. p. 29-45.

Kanehisa, Minoru, 1998. Databases of Biological Information. Trends Guide to Bioinformatics, Elsevier Science, p. 24-26.

Altschul, Stephen F., 1998. Fundamentals of Database Searching. Trends Guide to Bioinformatics, Elsevier Science, p. 7-9.

Apostolico, Alberto, & Giancarlo, Raffaele, 1998. Sequence Alignment in Molecular Biology. Journal of Computational Biology, Volume 5, number 2, p. 173-196.

6. Bioinformatics—Education

Gross, Louis, 2000. Education for a Biocomplex Future, in Science, Volume 288, Number 5467 p. 807.

Altman, Russ B., 1998. A Curriculum for Bioinformatics: The Time is Ripe. Bioinformatics, Volume 14, number 7, p. 549-550.

Brass, Andy, 2000. Bioinformatics Education—A UK Perspective. Bioinformatics, Volume 16, number 2, p. 77-78.

Bruce, Bertram C, & Levin, James A., 1997. Educational Technology: Media for Inquiry, Communication, Construction, and Expression, in Journal of Educational Computing Researcher, Volume 17, Number 1, p. 79-102,

Bruce, Bertram C., 2001. The Inquiry Page: A Collaboratory for Curricular Innovation, in Learning Technology, Volume 3, Issue 1.

Weiner, Steven W., et al, 2000. RasMol and Mage in the Undergraduate Biochemistry Curriculum, in The Journal of Chemical Education. Volume 77, Number 3, p. 401-406.

7. Additional Materials

DOE, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, 2000. Human Genome Landmarks, Selected Traits and Disorders, Mapped to Chromosomes, poster.

DOE, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, 2001. Microbial Genome Program pamphlet.

DOE, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, 2001. Quick Index to the Human Genome Project Information Website,

DOE, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, 2000. Microbial Genome Program (DOE/SC-0016).

BioQUEST Notes, 2001, Volume 11, Number 1.

BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium Library Volume VI. Academic Press, module information.

Unseen Life on Earth, an Introduction to Microbiology, program brochure.

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