Welcome to Biology 103. And to thinking about science, and about life, and to trying to make sense of their relation to one another, and to ... Browse around, be sure to read the course presumptions, and let's see what we can together do that's interesting, productive, and fun (those being the same thing?)
- Welcome back, hope everyone had good fall break
- Many web papers available (list with titles to come)
- Comments on web papers have been emailed
- Labs this week as normal
- First lab report due next week in lab
- Annabella's song to come ...
- Still having some trouble with posted web papers. Check yours, revise/repost as necessary, following instructions
- Second web paper deadline: any time between 13 November and 20 November
- Comments on lab reports have been emailed. Contact me if you didn't get one.
- Will try to get comments on second web papers out by noon tomorrow.
- No lab next week.
13 January 2007
- Comments on lab reports and second web papers have been emailed. Contact me if you didn't get one.
- No lab next week.
- Second lab report, third web paper, book commentary all due by 22 December in box outside my office (Room 106) and, for web paper, book commentary, on-line.
- Review forum comments, pay one last visit to the course forum area with thoughts about where you started, have gotten to this semester.
- Please be candid on course evaluation forms. Your thoughts will be helpful both to me for future courses and to the College for thinking about classroom work generally.
- Directories to all submitted on-line materials are now available.
- Materials can still be submitted/revised, using your course user names and passwords. Please do so soon if you wish to. The accounts will be inactivated at the end of January. The on-line forum is still available for any post break thoughts but will also be closed at the end of January.
- Also now available is a recording of "The Cockroach Song" by Annabella Wood (see on-line forum for context).
- Thanks to all for a productive/enjoyable semester (and to Ann Dixon, Serendip webmaster, for her contributions to making it possible). It has given me a lot to think more about, and you too as well I hope.