Books, Articles, and Papers by Members of the BioQUEST Community and/or Citing Resources Developed by the BioQUEST Community

Archive:  BioQUEST Notes: 1998 – 2006

  1. Stanley, E. D., C. Hemingway,  M. A. Waterman, T. Lafferty,  and K. Lucci, (Eds.). , 2012.  Problem Solving with Plant Biology:  Cases for the Classroom.  Botanical Society of America. eBook.
  2. Stanley, E. D., Waterman, M. A., Wong, D. J. S. and Tan, H. K. 2012. Developing 21st Century Skills with Investigative Cases: Building Global Awareness and Informing Choices about Energy. Biology International, v. 50, pp. 95-108.
  3. Khiripet, N., R. Viruchpintu, J. Maneewattanapluk, J. Spangenberg and J.R. Jungck. 2011. Morphospace: Measurement, Modeling, Mathematics, and Meaning. (Published online: 11 October 2010) Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena. 6(2):  54-81.  DOI: 10.1051/mmnp/20116202
  4. Neuhauser, C. and E. Stanley.  2011. The p and the Peas: An Intuitive Modeling Approach to Hypothesis Testing. Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenomena.  Spring  2011.
  5. Fass, M., J. Seiter,  Stanley, E. D., and  Waterman, M. A. Summer 2011. Global Health has No Borders: Case Investigations in Biology and Global Health. Special Issue of Biology International, v. 49,  pp. 9-95.
  6. Waterman, M. A. and E. D. Stanley. 2010. Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases 3e. San Francisco: Benjamin/Cummings.
  7. Jungck, John R., Samuel S. Donovan, Anton E. Weisstein, Noppadon Khiripet, and Stephen J. Everse. 2010. Bioinformatics education dissemination with an evolutionary problem solving perspective. Brief Bioinform 11(6): 570-581. (first published online October 29, 2010) doi:10.1093/bib/bbq028
  8. Jungck, John R., Holly Gaff, and Anton E. Weisstein. 2010. Mathematical Manipulative Models: In Defense of “Beanbag Biology” CBE Life Sci Educ 9(3):  201–211.
  9. Jungck, John R. 2010. Evolution in Action: Quantitative Evolutionary Biology Education. Biology International: Darwin 200 – Evolution in Action.  47: 121-138.
  10. Stewart, Jim. 2010. Modeling for Understanding in Science Education (Project MUSE): Involving High School Students in Evolutionary Biology with Realistic Problems and Causal Models. Biology International: Darwin 200 – Evolution in Action.  47: 78-90.
  11. Weisstein, Anton. 2010. The Case of the Protective Protein: Using a Population Genetics Simulation in an Undergraduate Lab Course to Test Hypotheses for the Evolution of an HIV Resistance Allele. Biology International: Darwin 200 – Evolution in Action.  47: 109-116.
  12. Donovan, Sam. September 2008. Big Data: Teaching Must Evolve to Keep Up with Advances. Correspondence. NATURE. Vol 455:25.
  13. Lombardi, Marilyn M. July 2007 Approaches That Work: How Authentic Learning Is Transforming Higher Education. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
  14. DiCarlo, Stephen E. 2006. Cell biology should be taught as science is practised. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology. Advance online publication 01 February 2006.
  15. Donovan, Sam. 2005. Tree Thinking and Reasoning about Change Over Deep Time. In Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation. J. Cracraft & R. W. Bybee, Eds. BSCS. Colorado Springs, CO. pp. 87-90.
  16. Ramaley, Judith A.and Rosemary R. Haggett. Engaged and Engaging Science: A Component of a Good Liberal Education. Peer Review, Winter 2005 8-12
  17. Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Investigative Case-Based Learning: Teaching Scientifically While Connecting Science to Society 2005 Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education
  18. Sellers, Sherrill L. Katherine Friedrich, Tabassum Saleem, Judith N. Burstyn. 2005.Case Studies in Inclusive Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Diversity Institute of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL). May 2005.
  19. Greene, Kathleen and Sam Donovan. Ramping Up to the Biology Workbench: A Multi-Stage Approach to Bioinformatics Education. Bioscene. March 2005. Vol 31(1): 3-11.
  20. Jungck, John R., S. Kiser, E. Stanley. (2005) Exploratory Evolution Education: Engaging students in investigating evolutionary processes, products, and principles. In Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation. J. Cracraft & R. W. Bybee, Eds. BSCS. Colorado Springs, CO. pp. 125-136.
  21. Bohanan, Robert E., Marianne Krasny, and Adam Welman. 2005. Changes in Lake Ice: Ecosystem Response to Global Change. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology – Volume 3, April 2005, pp. 1-6.
  22. Baum, David A., Stacey DeWitt Smith, Samuel S. Donovan. 2005. EVOLUTION: The Tree-Thinking Challenge. Science Vol. 310. no. 5750, pp. 979 – 980.
  23. Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Case Studies. 2005 Benjamin Cummings. Read a review of this workbook
  24. Jungck, John R. Challenges, Connections, Complexities: Educating for Collaboration. Chapter in Math & Bio2010: Linking Undergraduate Disciplines. 2005 The Mathematical Association of America. pp. 1-12.
  25. Hlodan, Oksana. Exploring Issues in Evolutionary Science and Society: Educators flock to AIBS-cosponsored event. BioScience. Vol. 55 No. 3. pp. 198-200. 2005
  26. Stanley, E.D. and Waterman, M.A. Investigative Cases: Collaborative Inquiry in Science. Great Ideas in Teaching Biology. January 2005; Vol. 3: 6-14
  27. Jungck, John R., T. Johnson, R. Viswanathan, A. Farbotko. Manipulatives, Models, and Mathematics: Biomolecular Visualization via Analog and Digital Modalities for Measuring and Making Meaning of 3D Geometry and Topology. Abstract #1296 in Supplement to Molecular Biology of the Cell , Vol. 15, p. 234a.
  28. Stewart, J. and Cartier, J. L. and Passmore, C.M. Developing Understanding Through Model-Based inquiry 2005 This article references the Genetics Construction Kit, a module of the BioQUEST Library, and lays out a modeling approach to teaching evolutionary bioinformatics that is used by BEDROCK.
  29. Carpenter, Thomas P., T. A. Romberg. Powerful Practices in Mathematics & Science.The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Two CD-ROMs and a monograph. 2004
  30. Handelsman, Jo et al. 2004. Education: Scientific Teaching. Science. Vol. 304: No. 5670. pp. 521-522.
  31. Rehorek, Susan, J. Inquiry based teaching: An example of descriptive science in action. 2004 The American Biology Teacher (66)7, pp. 493-499.
  32. Flannery, Maura C. The Two Ts: Teaching and Technology. 2004 The American Biology Teacher . Vol. 66, No. 7, pp. 506–510.
  33. Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Investigative case based learning for connecting science to society Project Kaleidoscope Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts
  34. Susan Musante Eye on Education: Using Bioinformatics in the Undergraduate Classroom, American Institute of Biological Sciences, July 2004
  35. Takayama, Kathy Three-Dimensional Visualizations in Teaching Genomics and Bioinformatics: Mutations in HIV Envelope Proteins and Their Consequences for Vaccine Design Microbiology Education (5)1: 3, 2004
  36. Handelsman, J et al Policy Forum: Scientific Teaching, Science , Vol 304, Issue 5670, 521-522, 23 April 2004
  37. Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Doing Science Collaboratively with Investigative Case-Based Learning. Strategies for Success, Spring 2004; 41:4-6
  38. Fass, M Connecting Microbiology With the World Outside: Constructing Opportunities for Authentic Learning in the Classroom and the Community ASM’s Focus on Microbiology Education Newsmagazine Winter 2004
  39. Jungck, John R., R. Viswanathan, V. Streif, D. Beck. Systems Biology Education: Exploring Complex Networks in DNA Microarrays and Metabolonomics with BioGrapher and JavaBENZER. Abstract #L416 2004
  40. Wisniewski, Rhianna. Grid connects small classrooms to experts. Argonne News. 2003
  41. Wood, William B. and Gentile, James M. Teaching in a Research Context Science, Vol 302, Issue 5650, 1510, 28 November 2003
  42. Allen, D.E et al Scaling Up Research-Based Education for Undergraduates: Problem-Based Learning Council on Undergraduate Research, 2003
  43. Teaching science in the two-year college / Timothy M. Cooney, editor Arlington, Va. : NSTA Press, c2003. Cooney, Timothy M.National Science Teachers Association.xii, 153 p. : map ; 28 cm. 087355230X (pbk.) “An NSTA Press journals collection.” A collection of articles from the NSTA journal The journal of college science teaching.
  44. Brown, Brandon Excellence means taking chances. SACNAS News 5(2): 4 Newsletter for the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans. 2003
  45. Access Grid and BioQUEST: Scientific Collaboration Grows. 2003 AG Focus 1(2): 6. Collaborative endeavor in access grid use.
  46. Brew, Angela (institute For Teaching And Learning, University Of Sydney, Australia). 2003. Reshaping Teaching in Higher Education: Linking teaching with researchLondon: Kogan Page.
  47. Jenkins, A, Breen, R, Lindsay, R and Brew, A (2002) Reshaping Teaching in Higher Education: Linking Teaching and Research. London: Kogan Page and the Staff and Educational Development Association
  48. Into Africa, Beloit College Magazine, Summer 2003
  49. Brewer, C. Computers in the classroom: How information technology can improve conservation education. 2003 Conservation Biology 17(3): 657-660. New ways for collaborating and disseminating peer-reviewed materials
  50. Rhianna Wisniewski,Grid Connects Small Classroom to Experts. Argonne News. July 7, 2003
  51. Campbell, M. Public access for teaching genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.Cell Biology Education. Summer 2003; 2: 98-111. Strategies for improving undergraduate education
  52. Allen, D. and Tanner, M. Approaches to Cell Biology Teaching: Learning Content in Context: Problem – Based Learning. Cell Biology Education Summer 2003; 2: 73-81 Investigative cases
  53. Lundeberg, Mary, Mark Bergland, Karen Klyczek and Dan Hoffman. 2003. Using Action Research to Develop Preservice Teachers’ Confidence, Knowledge and Beliefs about Technology. The Journal of Interactive Online Learning Volume 1, Number 4, Spring 2003
  54. Bioinformatics tools for the classroom: Biology student workbench. 2003 Biotech Times 9(2): 5
  55. Donovan, S Mining the Databases and Solving Problems: Modeling Biology Learning on Biology Research (pdf) Learning Through Technology web site (html version).
  56. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology sponsored by the Ecological Society of America. References BioQUEST in the structure of their peer review processes and editorial board.
  57. Windows to the World: Perspectives on Case-based Multimedia Web Projects in Science Journal of Interactive Online Learning, Volume 1, Number 3, Winter 2003
  58. Soderberg P. and Price F. An examination of problem-based teaching and learning in population genetics and evolution using EVOLVE, a computer simulation. International Journal of Science Education, 1 January 2003, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 35-55(21)
  59. Beloit College Program Built on BEDROCK (pdf), a Beloit College press release, April 2002
  60. Evolutionary Biology Instruction — What students gain from learning through inquiry(pdf) NCISLA Newsletter, Winter 2002, page 1
  61. Real World Evolutionary Biology: A Pragmatic QUEST NCISLA Newsletter, Winter 2002, pages 2-3
  62. College Student Meets Electron Man: Initial panic turns to insight as students embrace online learning HHMI Bulletin, September 2001, pages 22-25.
  63. Using BioQUEST Simulations to Bring Evolution into the Lab National Institute for Science Education Spring 2001
  64. Innovations in Education: Using History of Science in College Biology Courses History of Science Society Newsletter, Volume 29 No. 4
  65. “Crossing the Chasm” of Curricular Reform: BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium Invites CAL-laboration CAL-laborate Volume 4 June 2000
  66. Flannery, Maura C. 2000. Reinventing the Wheel—Again. THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER: 62(3) 218-221.
  67. Hagen, Joel B. 2000. Innovations in Education Using History of Science in College Biology Courses. History of Science Society Newsletter, Volume 29 No. 4
  68. The Future of Strategic Modeling and Simulations to Support Investigative Learning in Undergraduate Biology
  69. Using Biology Workbench to Bridge Research and Educational Agendas EOT News Archive, January 12, 2000
  70. Beyond Bio 101: The Transformation of Undergraduate Biology Education A report from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  71. Ten Equations that Changed Biology: Mathematics in Problem-Solving Biology Curricula Bioscene 23(1):11-36, 1997
  72. NSF. 1996. Shaping the Future: Strategies for Revitalizing Undergraduate Education. NSF 98-73: Proceedings from the National Working Conference. Washington, DC
  73. John Jungck: The Godfather of Virtual Bio and Genetics Labs, Science, Vol. 266, pg. 888, 4 Nov 1994
  74. Peterson, N. and J. R. Jungck. March-April, 1988. Problem-Posing, Problem-Solving, and Persuasion in Biology Academic Computing, 2(6): 14-17 and 48-50