Physiology I
DAA

The resources below were created by students employed by the Center for Teaching and Learning. 

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Many of the resources included in this set were developed by Andrew Oestreich. In this document, Andrew provides information on his academic background and his goals for the resources he created.

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By: Jolene Alisandra Aragon-Rosales

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Biochemistry I

The resources below were created by students employed by the Center for Teaching and Learning. 

Here are external links to additional resources used during these sessions:

GPCR Signaling - Robert Lefkowitz (Duke University)

Translation of mRNA to Protein

 

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Many of the resources included in this set were developed by Andrew Oestreich. In this document, Andrew provides information on his academic background and his goals for the resources he created.

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Attached is a drawing of the "amino acid hands" Andrew uses as a learning technique for Biochemistry I

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Attached is a classification list for the amino acids.

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Biochemistry II

The resources below were created by students employed by the Center for Teaching and Learning. 

Anatomy & Physiology Resources

Interactive human anatomy  http://www.innerbody.com/htm/body.html

Chemistry Resources

Biology Resources

Physic Resources

HESI Test Prep

Assistance with SPSS

General Best Practices for Learning

Strategies you can use to navigate through difficult course topics

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Things to consider if you are weighing using study groups

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Some practical strategies to maximize your effectiveness with balancing school and other obligations

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Lauren Penn shares some tips and strategies for ensuring you are organized for success from the very beginning of a term.

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