WileyPLUS course:
Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments, 7th Edition
Gerald Karp

Prepare & Present

  • Course Materials to help you personalize lessons and optimize your time, including:
  • Instructor's Manual and Lecture Outlines
  • Test Bank (Word Document) and Computerized Test Bank
  • Various PowerPointsTM-Lecture Notes, Text Art, Text Table
  • Classroom Response System (Clickers) questions
  • Question Pooling-create question pools based on topic/chapter
  • Question Preview-easily preview a question when creating an assignment by rolling your mouse over it
  • WileyPLUS/Quickstart assignments and presentations for the entire course created by a subject expert
  • Variety of Student Resources including Animations andVideos illustrating key concepts
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Life Sciences Visual Library-includes images, photos and media in a key-term searchable format

Read, Study & Practice

  • Complete online version of the textbook included
  • Relevant, student study tools and learning resources to ensure positive learning outcomes, including:
  • A complete online version of the text (eBook)
  • New Figure in Focus Feature- selected figures include podcasts and assessment questions, highlighting important concepts and processes
  • Clinical Case Studies
  • Flash Cards for interactive review
  • Chapter Overviews and Objectives
  • Self-Quizzing with immediate response feedback
  • Biology Basics-interactive modules on basic concepts for review
  • CellView Tutorial Animations and Video Library with 68 videos
  • Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements
  • Biology Newsfinder -- topical articles in the news, refreshed every 15 minutes

Assignment

  • Pre-created activities to encourage learning outside of the classroom, including:
  • Question Pooling and Question Previewing.
  • Pre-lecture Quiz questions gauge student's knowledge before class
  • Post-lecture quizzes to test students' mastery after class
  • Select End of chapter questions which may include review questions, problems, and additional exercises
  • Testing capabilities-timed assignments, measuring time on task; disabling feedback; hidden question names, testbank with multitude of questions.
  • Video-based essay questions
  • Video Case questions for review of both continuing cases and end of chapter cases
  • Diagnostic reporting: track student progress by learning objective
  • Clinical Connections and Case questions
  • Extensive questions sets available include Art questions, Human Perspective and Experimental Pathways questions, Analytic and Critical Thinking questions.

Gradebook

  • Study Objective reporting delivers an individualized report on how that student has been doing against each study objective that's been covered within a specific assignment. It enables students to determine where they should focus their time.
  • Instructors can see students' performance on assignments and identify problem areas at a glance.