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View Resource Roobrix: Convert a student rubric score to a percentage

This website provides a method for converting any rubric score into a percentage. Users provide the basic information for how the rubric is scored and the site converts it into the appropriate percentage. This is a great tool for teachers.

View Resource Mitosis

As many of us remember from high school science, mitosis is the process of cell division. It is a key concept for anyone seeking to learn the basics of biology. This rather useful site contains a free application (available for iPhone or iPod touch) for those who would like to learn more about mitosis "on the go." The application contains a Library, which features videos of the various stages of...

View Resource Assistive Technology Resources

This webpage from the Access Tech Careers project "provides information about low cost and no cost tools and software that can support students in their academic work." Links to a number of online tools are included in the categories of text-to-speech software, research and study skills tools, audio recording and screen casting software, time management tools and other helpful websites. These...

View Resource Software Tools for Academics and Researchers Biochem: Protein 3-D Viewer

Created by researchers at MIT's Software Tools for Academics and Researchers (STAR) initiative, this website offers interested parties a 3-D protein viewer that "allows students to learn key concepts about the biology of proteins in an interactive manner." First-time users may want to start by clicking on the "Video Tutorial" on the homepage to get a basic sense of how the viewer works. The site...

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