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Developing and Running a WWW Biology Course
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American Biology Teacher Volume 59, Number 9, ISSN 0002-7685

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Describes the development of a World Wide Web version of a second-year biology class. Discusses features of the course and its organization as well as interaction with the instructor and other class members through e-mail and a Web conference. Course satisfaction was high with a main positive aspect being students' ability to schedule learning time at their own convenience. (Author/AIM)

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Collins, M. (1997). Developing and Running a WWW Biology Course. American Biology Teacher, 59(9), 594. Retrieved December 6, 2019 from .

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