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Template: Scholar Homepage - "Copy and paste this template to your homepage. Replace the text in red with your information"

 Copy and paste the template below on your homepage (except for the blue - paste on <Context, problem> page.

Leave the questions as headers and answer each of the questions by August 8th.



Contact information/Personal Intro/Bio, etc.

My Biology Scholars Research Project


What is the focus of your investigation?

  Post a short abstract (100-200 words) of project.  Link to <Context, problem> page for more detailed information. 

On your <Context, problem> page also include:

Basic Information re research:

-Course - name and number:   Microbiology 1

-Semester(s):   Fall 2006 (on ground) and Spring 2007 (online)

-Student population (i.e. Biology/Biotech, Majors, etc.):    Allied Health (pre-nursing) majors

-Number of students:  35-40 each semester

-Level of students:  Sophomore

Scholar Implementation Plan (Please fill in approximate dates when these activities will be completed.)

-File IRBAs soon as possible, or September 2008

-Data collectionMost data have already been collected. 

-Preliminary data analysis

What resources/references have you found helpful?

  Post your most valuable resource thus far.  Link to <Bibliography> page for more detailed bibliography.  Include on the <Bibliography> page your pre-institute annotated bibliography assignment.

What is your approach and/or what evidence will you gather?

  Post a synopsis of the methodology you will undertake.  Link to <Findings, Methods> page for more detailed information.  Also use this page to start documenting the results that have emerged.  You will have an assignment due in October which requires you to discuss methodology and results more thoroughly.

What results have emerged ?

 Post a thought or two about the results you see thus far.  Link to <Discussion> page for more detailed analysis and thoughts.

What information may be found in your Appendices?

  Do you have examples of student work, links to projects, explanations of jargon particular to your project?


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