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Research Link 2000 is a project that brought together biology faculty from colleges and universities to select, developand disseminate a group of field-tested, research-based systems and instructional materials for introductory biology courses. Itsmajor objective is to promote research activities by students and faculty on all...
Research Link 2000 is a project that brought together biology faculty from colleges and universities to select, develop and disseminate a group of field-tested, research-based systems and instructional materials for introductory biology courses. Its major objective is to promote research activities by students and faculty on all levels of the undergraduate curriculum.
A great resource for instructors looking to create an inquiry-based introductory biology lab. The site contains information and exercises on using 10 different model organisms in the lab and potential research questions for students to answer. It also contains links to scientists actively using these organisms in their research, to scientific societies and other resources. This project is supported by the Council on Undergraduate Research and NSF and is a great link for active learning in laboratories.