Bio Software for 100-level course (Unix-based)

stdcdb04 stdcdb04 at shsu.edu
Mon Jul 31 22:31:32 EST 1995


In article <3v2tmv$l2c at taco.cc.ncsu.edu> m_okane at ncsu.edu (Mike O'Kane) writes:
>From: m_okane at ncsu.edu (Mike O'Kane)
>Subject: Bio Software for 100-level course (Unix-based)
>Date: 25 Jul 1995 14:05:19 GMT

>From: m_okane at ncsu.edu (Mike O'Kane)
>Newsgroups: bionet.cellbiol
>Subject: Interactive Software for BIO 100 course?
>Organization: NCSU
>Reply-To: mike_okane at ncsu.edu
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>Folks,

>Does anyone have any suggestions for some good Unix-based (mostly Sun, HP, linux), interactive biological/evolutionary systems-level software thatmight be useful in BIO 100-level undergraduate courses?

>I am helping a Biological Sciences department decide what computing platform they should choose for a new facility, and clearly the software should drive the decision.  We have a special interest in software that will help students to develop more studen>-centered, self-paced learning solutions.


>Thanks,

>Mike O'Kane,
>Instructional Coordinator,
>College of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
>North Carolina State University




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