Below are a bunch of resources that I think are helpful for BIO 191 students. If you have any questions come to an SI session or leave a comment below. You can also upload any of your helpful resources in the comment section!
My Session Schedule, Winter 2016
[box] Tuesday 6:00-7:00pm, Richardson Library 109
Thursday 6:00-7:00pm, Richardson Library 111
Office Hour – Monday 3:00-4:00pm, Richardson Library 105 [/box]
Can’t attend any of my sessions? Check out other BIO 191 SI leaders’ schedules here.
Hello everyone! I am currently a junior at DePaul majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry. I really enjoy learning about science and spend a lot of time conducting research in labs on campus. Aside from that, I also enjoy exploring the city, taking care of my aquarium, and pinteresting cute cat pics. I am super excited to be your SI leader this quarter and I hope you are able to get a lot of this class!
Here are some resources
How to Take Notes During Class
Taking notes during lecture can get overwhelming at times. There is often a mega-load of information mixed with different examples and even non-related tangents. When listening to lecture, I find it useful to follow along the “Lecture Powerpoints” or “Lecture Outlines” found on d2L. These materials contain the important information you will be responsible for from the chapter and, therefore, can serve as a guide during note taking. When I take notes during class, I edit lecture outlines on my computer as each topic is elaborated on during lecture and include any examples we go over. When it comes time for an exam, I will have a beautifully written outline to study from.
Parts of a Cell
The Endomembrane System
Gibbs Free Energy
Introduction to Heredity (Mendelian Genetics)
DNA replication and RNA Transcription and Translation