This is a page that we will use to collect (and hopefully organize) resources that get mentioned during the workshop. If you have suggestions of things to include here please email them to sam <email@example.com>.
Sections of this collection:
- Resources associated with featured workshops
- Other Stuff
- 4-H show; community project sharing
- Final Projects
Data Literacy through Modeling
- ESTEEM: http://bioquest.org/esteem/
- Pharmacokinetics http://bioquest.org/esteem/esteem_details.php?product_id=39111
- Spitznagel Article on Two-Compartment Pharmacokinetics Model: http://www.codee.org/library/newsletters/Fall%201992/CLA00001_0003.PDF
- Synthroid Prescribing Information: http://www.rxabbott.com/pdf/Synthroid.pdf
- Lithium Pharmacokinetics Article
- PowerPoint: BQ_2012_Pharmacokinetics_Workshop_posted
DryadLab: Ecology and Evolution Curricula Linked to Archived Research Data
These two collections are similar but packaged differently. The Dryad Digital Repository will persist as the official collection. The BIRDD resources are currently available only from the BioQUEST page.
Using Geo-referenced Animal Observations for Inquiry
Ideas on projects for introducing students to data analysis. See Linda Grisham for more info.
Fathom is easy to use, especially great to remove the complexity of use a tool such as EXCEL for the math phobic student. Check out the tutorials which teach how to use Fathom through solving basic (beginning) data analysis problems. This tutorial could be adapted for use with EXCEL. http://www.keycurriculum.com/products
There are more links and information in the file: Introductory Data Analysis Projects
Geophylobuilder is an extension for ArcGIS that builds a spatiotemporal phylogeographic GIS model from a tree and a set of geographical features.
“Who ya gonna call?” Participant Finder
This one’s for Rudi!
A spontaneous case authored by ES (aka Stacey), MW, KK, and MB during their SCN meeting after lunch.
Out of Thin Air…
A few moments after the meeting began, Stacey was surprised as a spool of string suddenly appeared outside the window from the upper floor of the building and rapidly fell unwinding string behind it. Nudging Margaret, she directed her attention to the dangling string.
“Look,” Margaret exclaimed as the string was pulled taught from below and angled away from the building.
Mark and Karen turned around to look as a cell phone hanging by its strap began sliding down the string. They watched silently as the unseen team jiggled the string to keep the phone moving downwards.
Mark asked, “What do you think is going on?”
“Do you think they are students doing a lab?” Karen suggested.
“Data collection?” Stacey asked.
“Maybe they are taking pictures for an art project?” Mark offered.
“How about some ap for rate of descent?” Karen added.
“Wow, wouldn’t this make a great case for teaching instructional design?” Margaret asked.
The group looked at each other and smiled in agreement.
What’s this case about? What do you know? What do you need to know?
Gapminder – See Ethel for more info
Science Pipes – See Colleen for more info
NIMBioS – See Kelly for more info
EFP – See Rob
- Resources that allow students to explore the expression of plant genes in different tissue types, under different conditions (eFP). Also, a link to the Salk T-DNA express page, a resource that allows you to browse for Arabidopsis mutants, and then order them from the Ohio seed stock center (ABRC).
- Arabidopsis eFP browser for visualizing microarrray data
- Salk T-DNA express
- Ohio seed stock center
Teaching with Animations – See Justin
Virtual Cell – See Sofya
- VCell Wiki Resource – VCell guides, demos, educational modules
Scale of the Universe – Talk to Steve
BQ Facebook Group – See the real Stacey for more info
Resources from the Oerbital Collection – See Jenny for more info
- The BioMaths materials specifically.
Understanding Evolution – See Kristin for more info
Plasmodium Problem Space – See Sam for moe info or to be a reviewer.
EvolSeq – See John J. for more info.
- Esteem Modules – Excel