This “.gift” file contains more than 100 test bank questions of multiple formats (multiple choice, fill-in-the0blank, true/false, matching and short essay) for a Biology I course. The categories and tags are mapped to the content of Foundations of Biology 2.0 (Compton, Hyde and Williams, 2018) a remix of the two OpenStax biology texts, Biology and Concepts of Biology. The questions span the following content areas: Introduction to Biology, Chemistry, Biological Molecules, Cells, Membrane transport, Energy, Respiration, Photosynthesis, Reproduction, Inheritance, DNA, and Gene Expression.
Four types of OER material are found here: Study Guides, Laboratory Documents, XML Moodle Quiz Question Files, and YouTube screencast videos. These materials have been used in both calculus and non- calculus Introductory Physics. Twelve to fourteen different topics are covered over a fourteen week semester. Most topics are supported by a Study Guide, a laboratory, a set of Moodle Quiz formatted questions, and one or more YouTube posted screencast videos. These posted resources are at various levels of completeness. Some remain in rough draft stage. OpenStax Physics textbooks are used in all courses.
Surveys the wide and complex range of operations that constitute the contemporary United States business scene. The latest business theories as well as brief historical backgrounds complete this overview of the way today’s business community provides goods and services within the legal, ethical, and economic framework of the United States.
Introduction to the study and principles of behavior. Topics include general principles of scientific investigation; physiological bases of behavior including sensation, perception, learning, emotion and motivation; development; individual differences; attitudes and group dynamics.
Sociology enables us to make observations and insights into the social world. Our aim in this course is to develop a sociological perspective by addressing a series of broad questions regarding the society we inhabit. We will work together throughout the semester to analyze and develop a deeper understanding of the social world through the lens of sociological inquiry. Along the way, you will become familiar with the substantive topics within the field of sociology. We will also begin to develop critical thinking skills with a focus of application to the real world and current events.
Pedagogy: This class is web-enhanced and therefore has substantial online content. To encourage participation and increase ease of access for the maximum number of students, participants can complete assignments online instead of physically attending class without any negative repercussions.