|Biology 103, Fall, 2007, Bryn Mawr College|
BIOLOGY: BASIC CONCEPTS
Students (and visitors) should be aware that this is a "non-traditional" science course in several respects (see Science As Story Telling in Action  for further background).
The course is organized in relation to the following general presumptions (see syllabus  for specifics):
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?). If you're registered for the course, be sure to follow instructions for getting a user name and password (you must use a bico email address).
Start by introducing yourself in the on-line forum below (be sure to log in first if you're registered for the course), with some thoughts about what you'd like to better understand about life. Visitors are welcome to add their own thoughts here and in the other course forums without logging in. Such postings will be reviewed to avoid spam and so may be delayed in appearing. Comments on the general organization and conduct of the course are welcome at any time in the on-line forum associated with the more detailed course information .