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  1. Genomics Education Alliance: A Collection of Posters for the 2020 BIOME Institute.

    Genomics Education Alliance: A Collection of Posters for the 2020 BIOME Institute.

    2020-07-23 14:47:36 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Vince Buonaccorsi, Marcella Denise Cervantes, Douglas L Chalker, Anne Rosenwald, Emily Wiley, Jason Williams | doi:10.25334/90HY-1188

    This is a collection of posters from members of the Genomics Education Alliance (GEA) that will be presented at the 2020 BIOME Institute.

  2. Integration of Bioinformatics into Life Science Curricula: Community Development, Dissemination, and Assessment of a NIBLSE Learning Resource

    Integration of Bioinformatics into Life Science Curricula: Community Development, Dissemination, and Assessment of a NIBLSE Learning Resource

    2020-07-23 14:24:32 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Adam Kleinschmit, Rachel Cook, Barbara Murdoch, Elizabeth F Ryder, William Tapprich | doi:10.25334/F138-SS53

    Big data and computational tools have transformed the way we address biological questions. To prepare undergraduates for tomorrow’s challenges, life science curricula should integrate the understanding and use of these tools at all levels.

  3. Using genome browsers constructed by G-OnRamp to provide students with a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience in genome annotation

    Using genome browsers constructed by G-OnRamp to provide students with a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience in genome annotation

    2020-07-23 14:23:11 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Wilson Leung, Luke Sargent, Yating Liu, Nathan Mortimer, David Lopatto, Jeremy Goecks, Sarah Elgin | doi:10.25334/A57B-W632

    G-OnRamp (http://g-onramp.org) provides an easy-to-use web platform for educators to create genome browsers to engage undergraduate students in research projects, both collaborative annotation of eukaryotic genes/genomes and “big data” biomedical analyses

  4. The Genomics Education Partnership:  Introducing Undergraduates to Research by Engaging Them in Genome Annotation

    The Genomics Education Partnership: Introducing Undergraduates to Research by Engaging Them in Genome Annotation

    2020-07-23 14:22:53 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Sarah Elgin, Wilson Leung, Anne Rosenwald, David Lopatto, Charles Hauser, Catherine Reinke, Laura Reed | doi:10.25334/SFXW-PZ41

    Since 2006, the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP; http://gep.wustl.edu) has helped faculty bring genomics research experiences into the undergraduate curriculum.

  5. The Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education  (NIBLSE): Barriers to Integration

    The Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education (NIBLSE): Barriers to Integration

    2020-07-23 14:22:36 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Anne Rosenwald, Elizabeth Dinsdale, William Morgan, Mark A. Pauley, William Tapprich, Eric Triplett, Jason Williams | doi:10.25334/NHB4-X766

    The Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education (NIBLSE) seeks to promote the use of bioinformatics and data science as a way to teach biology.

  6. Incubators: Building community networks and developing open educational resources to integrate bioinformatics into life sciences education

    Incubators: Building community networks and developing open educational resources to integrate bioinformatics into life sciences education

    2020-07-23 14:22:20 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): William Morgan, Sam S Donovan, Hayley Orndorf, Sabrina Robertson, Elizabeth F Ryder, Michael Sierk, Anne Rosenwald, Elizabeth Dinsdale, Eric Triplett, Mark Pauley, William Tapprich | doi:10.25334/A6NR-TT57

    To efficiently and effectively integrate bioinformatics instruction into undergraduate life science curricula, educators would benefit from open access, high-quality learning resources (LRs) for use in existing biology classes.

  7. The Genomics Education Partnership: Exploring best practices in  implementation of a genomics CURE

    The Genomics Education Partnership: Exploring best practices in implementation of a genomics CURE

    2020-07-23 14:21:53 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Matthew Wawersik, Anna Allen, Cindy Arrigo, Andrew Arsham, Daron Barnard, Rebecca Burgess, Justin DiAngelo, Jennifer Jemc, Christopher Jones, Lisa Kadlec, Adam Kleinschmit, Judith Leatherman, David Lopatto, Mollie Manier, Hemlata Mistry, Nathan Mortimer, Alexis Nagengast, Susan Parish, Anne Rosenwald, Joyce Stamm, Sarah Elgin, Laura Reed | doi:10.25334/6HS9-XM77

    Since 2006, the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP) has incorporated authentic genomics research experiences into the undergraduate curriculum.

  8. Ciliate Genomics Consortium: a professional learning community sharing modular curricula to support undergraduate research in the classroom

    Ciliate Genomics Consortium: a professional learning community sharing modular curricula to support undergraduate research in the classroom

    2020-07-23 14:20:46 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Douglas L Chalker, Emily Wiley | doi:10.25334/CNPE-4M14

    The Ciliate Genomics Consortium (CGC) employs an integrative teaching and research model that combines both inquiry-driven class laboratory activities and collaborative consortium pedagogies to advance faculty research.

  9. Genomics Education Alliance: Towards Genomics CURE templates

    Genomics Education Alliance: Towards Genomics CURE templates

    2020-07-23 14:20:00 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Vince Buonaccorsi, Arthur Hunt, Emily Wiley, Sandesh Subramanya, Wilson Leung, Sally Elgin | doi:10.25334/VV4Q-K260

    Here we present major findings of a national survey of faculty teaching genomics CUREs conducted by the GEA, and our work on presenting relevant resources on the QUBES web portal.

  10. Making bioinformatics tools classroom-friendly

    Making bioinformatics tools classroom-friendly

    2020-07-23 14:15:22 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Jason Williams, Wilson Leung, Cornel Ghiban | doi:10.25334/F17W-PK51

    Poster on using Cyverse resources to make classroom that make using bioinformatics in the classroom a more manageable experience presented at the 2020 BIOME Institute: Cultivating Scientific Curiosity

  11. Creating Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences

    Creating Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences

    2020-07-22 19:22:05 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): HHMI BioInteractive | doi:10.25334/8W85-BC15

    This interactive module shows how DNA sequences can be used to infer evolutionary relationships among organisms and represent them as phylogenetic trees.

  12. SENCERizing your CURE

    SENCERizing your CURE

    2020-07-22 16:34:10 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Davida Smyth | doi:10.25334/RE12-ZK82

    Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) is the signature initiative of the National Center for Science & Civic Engagement.

  13. HHMI SEA-PHAGES and GENES: Course-based UREs Designed for All

    HHMI SEA-PHAGES and GENES: Course-based UREs Designed for All

    2020-07-22 00:19:42 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Vic Sivanathan | doi:10.25334/BDWG-NW48

    The HHMI Science Education Alliance (SEA) program supports a community of faculty members and institutions embed research as a fundamental component of early undergraduate science curricula.

  14. Pivoting Intro from Inquiry to Online

    Pivoting Intro from Inquiry to Online

    2020-07-22 00:10:12 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): J. Phil Gibson | doi:10.25334/G3E9-6F78

    This poster will present how inquiry-based learning experiences that were designed for face-to-face labs can be modified in a rapid pivot to online teaching.

  15. Comparing Primary and Secondary Forest in a Preserve in Plano Texas: A Forest Ecology Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) for Non-Majors and Lower-Level Majors

    Comparing Primary and Secondary Forest in a Preserve in Plano Texas: A Forest Ecology Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) for Non-Majors and Lower-Level Majors

    2020-07-21 16:46:38 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Tamara Basham | doi:10.25334/ND72-R068

    An activity that can be conducted as an online or field exercise in which students develop and test their hypotheses about how forest stand characteristics differ between two forest types.

  16. Microbiomes forAll: The Research Experiences in Microbiomes Network

    Microbiomes forAll: The Research Experiences in Microbiomes Network

    2020-07-21 15:58:16 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Jessica Joyner, Davida Smyth, Avrom Caplan, Theodore Muth | doi:10.25334/KXQE-EF88

    Poster on REMNet presented at the 2020 BIOME Institute: Cultivating Scientific Curiosity

  17. Tiny Earth: Studentsourcing antibiotic discovery

    Tiny Earth: Studentsourcing antibiotic discovery

    2020-07-21 15:55:01 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): SARAH MILLER | doi:10.25334/1Q42-Q090

    Poster on Tiny Earth presented at the 2020 BIOME Institute: Cultivating Scientific Curiosity

  18. Growing from Tiny Earth: A model for interdisciplinary CUREs at Johnson County Community College

    Growing from Tiny Earth: A model for interdisciplinary CUREs at Johnson County Community College

    2020-07-21 01:31:13 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heather Seitz, Morgan Albright | doi:10.25334/GS23-9M91

    This resource includes a video that highlights how Tiny Earth is implemented and a poster that shows independent research done by students after participating in the CURE courses.

  19. CUREnet: The Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience Network

    CUREnet: The Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience Network

    2020-07-20 15:50:16 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Erin Dolan | doi:10.25334/68ZP-JS80

    CUREnet connects people, programs, and networks working to make undergraduate research more accessible.

  20. Fibroblast spheroids and other models of wound healing and infectivity

    Fibroblast spheroids and other models of wound healing and infectivity

    2020-07-20 13:17:32 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Victoria Virador, Niloufar Alsadat Hassan Tehrani, Spencer Adkins, Alex Devlin, Gabriel Virador | doi:10.25334/NSNC-K632

    The goal of our research is to create a functional in vitro 3D model of skin for the purpose of experimentation.