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Principles of Biology (BIOL 1020/1023): Home

Biology Librarian

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Patricia Hartman
RBD Library

Other Biology Databases

You may also like to try out the following databases:

Library Help Session (Required)

Please view the videos below to learn more about your semester-long project. After watching, take this quick quiz: Literature Collection QUIZ. You must watch the videos and take the quiz prior to meeting with me. If you have additional questions, please attend one of the general help sessions on Feb 11 or Feb 12 at noon or schedule an individual appointment. As of 12:40 PM on Feb 10, I am no longer available to schedule individual appointments for this course. I need to reserve spaces for students in other courses next week.

- Patricia


Video 1 link:

Video 2 link:


Jan 27: Topic Selection Due

Feb 10 at 12 PM: Literature Collection Help Session: 

Feb 11 at 12 PM: Literature Collection Help Session:

Feb 19: Outline & Literature Reading Due

March 17: Draft Poster Due

March 24: Revised Draft Poster Due

March 31: Final Poster and Audio Presentation Submission

Final Poster Exhibition April 14-21

Essential Databases and Search Engines

For a successful project, you must find and cite a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed scientific research articles or scholarly books.  The following databases are essential to scientific research:

***In order to gain full access to articles, be sure to use the links on this course guide or log in through the AU Libraries website***