Collecting aquatic invertebrates for Aquatic Biology lab (2017) at White Deer Hole Creek. I focus on aquatic invertebrate taxonomy for lab given the importance of this skill for finding a job out of college or for performing research for the Lycoming Clean Water Institute. Plus, aquatic insects are the coolest organisms in the stream.
The following is a list of courses I've taught as the instructor of record:
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RABLE 2019 files (Using MS excel in biology labs)
Files below are those presented for a major workshop at the Regional ABLE (RABLE) Conference, Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Allegany College of Maryland, Cumberland, MD. The title of the workshop was: MS Excel for teaching quantitative concepts in biology: An introduction and case study examining climate data
Using MS Excel (for ABLE 2018)
Files for this lab are currently not listed here (because I'm using them for remote instruction). Please contact me at email@example.com if you'd like a copy of the complete set of files.
Files now part of the RABLE 2019 section above.