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Cell Collective: Computational Modeling and Simulation Designed with the Classroom in Mind

Author(s): Ehren Whigham1, Carlton Rodney Cooper2, Dongfang Wang3, Evdokia Kastanos4, Gary Laverty2

1. University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2. University of Delaware 3. Spelman College 4. Montgomery College/Rockville

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This working group collaborated on content and pedagogy surrounding the use of Cell Collective to integrate computational modeling and simulation into undergraduate biology curriculum.

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Version 1.0 - published on 02 Dec 2020 doi:10.25334/05SC-KQ43 - cite this

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    Participants in this working group were interested in using Cell Collective to integrate computational modeling and simulation in their courses. We covered how to build a model and simulate it’s behavior, how to build a lesson around a validated model, and how to modify any of the more than 20 lessons already available on the Cell Collective website. Because Cell Collective is research grade technology, we also considered how to use it as a platform for authentic student research.

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