This is a tutorial on using Excel. It includes a simple description of the worksheet and cell (with visuals), guides for entering data, a description of the use of formulas, formatting instructions, chart instructions, and guidelines for printing. Several problems are also included.
This tutorial provides lessons on the basics of using charts in Excel. At the end of the lessons, students should be able to create a chart in the Chart Wizard, make selections in the Chart Wizard, and understand basic chart terminology.
This provides intermediate lessons on using charts in Excel. After completing the course, students should be able to choose a chart type in the Chart Type dialog box, choose between a Line chart and an XY Scatter chart, create a chart that combines two chart types, and create a secondary axis to make two sets of values equally visible.
This tutorial provides lessons on making charts more attractive, and more effective. After completing the lessons, students should be able to customize charts by using colors, adding shading and shadows to chart formatting, and applying number formats; make revisions to any information on the chart, reverse the order in which values are displayed on the chart; and revise numbers on the value axis.
DNA from the Beginning is an animated tutorial on DNA, genes and heredity. The science behind each concept is explained using animations related to DNA topics, an image gallery, video interviews, problems, biographies, and links related to DNA. There are three sections, Classical Genetics, Molecules of Genetics and Organization of Genetic Material. Key features are the clear explanations of classical experiments and the excellent photographs of researchers and their labs.
An educational site focused on modern human genetics analysis. Has both on-line activities and instructions for labs and in class activites. The four main areas are Basic Genetics, Genetic Disorders, Genetics in Society and Genetic thematic Units.
Companion website to three-part film by the same title. Series of three films explores the social construction of race (i.e., that race is not truly a biological category), the history of racial ideas and how we came as a society to create and solidify racial inequalities, and the consequences of these ideas, specifically in the realm of housing and wealth. The companion site includes six excellent modules that offer brief facts as well as links to allow students to "go deeper" into issues of interest. Some of the modules include interactive features like quizzes and games. Site also offers resources for teachers, including a number of separate lessons/modules on related issues such as environmental racism and activities studying DNA and racial classification.