Other Educational WebSites
- Biodiversity and Ecosystems NEtwork (BENE)
The Biodiversity and Ecosystems NEtwork, BENE, is designed to foster enhanced communications and collaborations among those interested in biodiversity conservation and ecosystem protection, restoration, and management.
- Biology Hot Links (MCLI)
- California State University Biological Sciences World Wide Web Server
- Educational HotSpots Hotlist
"Since 1964, Educom has served the leaders who manage information technology in higher education. Through direct services, and cooperative efforts, Educom offers leadership and assistance to its member institutions in order to address critical issues surrounding the role of information technology in higher education."
- The Exploratorium Home Page
"A collection of electronic exhibits and resources for teachers, students and science enthusiasts!"
"KIDS-96[sm] is a grassroots project aimed at getting as many children in the age group 10 -15 as possible involved in a GLOBAL dialog. KIDLINK[sm] is the name of the organization that runs the yearly KIDS-nn projects."
LETSNet is a dynamic on-line environment where teachers can develop their understandings of the Web and find ways to effectively use - or make sense of - the World-Wide Web in their classrooms. To help teachers achieve these goals, we have organized teaching resources around classroom teachers' stories, including lesson plans, curriculum standards and guides, pointers to e-mail discussion lists, and many other Internet and Web materials. The stories we have collected about teachers document their feelings about their successes, lessons learned, and plans for future Internet activities with their students.
"MendelWeb (http://www.netspace.org/MendelWeb/) is a WWW resource for students and teachers in secondary schools, community colleges, undergraduate colleges, and science studies programs, built upon Gregor Mendel's famous pea plant paper of 1865."
- Microbiology 229 at the University of Connecticut
"This is an experiment in developing Internet resources for the instruction of Microbiology at the University of Connecticut. As with any course, there will be some changes in topics and emphasis from semester to semester. "
- NASA Space Science Education
- Reinventing Schools
Topics and resources dealing with new forms of education, from the National Academy of Science and the National Academy of Engineering
- National Association of Biology Teachers
- National Science Teachers Organization
"The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), is the largest organization in the world committed to the improvement of science education at all levels -- preschool through college. NSTA's current membership of over 60,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in science education. "
- The Virtual Microscope Project
"The virtual microscope is a pilot project to provide educational resources and classroom tutorials for the teaching of the principles and methods of microscopy in the United Kingdoms National Curriculum."