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BIOL 105: Biology Seminar  

This guide is designed for a freshman level biology seminar course.
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BIOL 105: Biology Seminar

Recommended for all freshmen and new majors in any area of biology. Enables students to: explore and understand various majors, minors, curricula, and career option in biology; become familiar with biology department faculty, research interest and opportunities; identify and/or utilize department, campus and community resources that will enhance their academic program; and develop and apply strategies to facilitate the learning process.



Welcome to the Biology Resource Guide. Click through the tabs for information on using books and e-books, journals and databases, and web resources for research resources in Biology

The Primary Vs. Secondary tab gives information on understanding your sources.

The Reading Science Papers tab provides guidance in how to read scientific papers.

Use the Books and E-books tab to search the library catalog, find a list of book resources, and a collection of e-books.

The Journals and Databases tab provides links to databases and suggested search topics.

You can find links to web resources at the Web Resources tab.

The Citations and Style Guides tab provides information on popular style guides and links to online  resources.

For more help, visit the Help tab.

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