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Yesterday, I wrote about students using science blogging as a way to develop an on-line portfolio and document their skills.  One friend wrote me this morning and asked if my instructions to our students were really as simple as I described. Well, no. In fact, it wasn’t easy to persuade my colleagues that we should…

Why should students blog about science?  Don’t they have enough to do already? Last Thursday night I participated in a panel discussion about science blogging (see the video) at ScienceOnline Seattle (#scioSEA)(video) and mentioned that we have two students blogging for us at Bio-Link.  A question I saw afterward via Twitter, from @NurhafizPiers was this: what…

Calling all scientists and science-fans: you can help with science education by letting students know you’re interested. How? Go and comment on classroom blogs and wikis. I’ve been gradually collecting some blogs from different classes and I’ve even had some brave volunteers offer theirs for review. So here goes:

Wow! One of my commenters, Ms. Baker, suggested an entirely new way that scientists can help with science education. The only requirement is that a science class have their own blog. So, if your science class has a blog, let me know, so I can share the URL and maybe recruit some scientists or at…

This morning Bora and I both gave talks in Second Life. Since this was a pretty new experience for me, I thought I’d share my thoughts on it.

I’ve been reading quite a bit lately about Universities setting up virtual classrooms in Second Life, so when Bertalan Mesk from ScienceRoll invited me to come give a poster, I decided it was time to take the plunge. Besides, I’m going to be teaching an on-line bioinformatics course this spring for Austin Community College, so…