Project #105745 - Find your news article

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During each week of this course, I encourage you to pay close attention to articles posted on the web that relate to science, especially biology. If you come across a biology-related news story that is of interest to you, AND it is dated no more than three days before this discussion topic became available (i.e. it cannot have posted more than three days before the availability for this discussion topic began), AND someone else has not already posted it, or something very similar, then feel free to post it as your own thread in this discussion topic. If it is too old or someone else has already posted it, you will need to find something else. If you think that your article is different enough from the one that is already posted, or want clarification on whether or not you can use a particular article (e.g. if it is biology-related), feel free to email your instructor for guidance.

If you choose this option, I recommend that you first write the message of your post in a document, save it to your computer, and then copy/paste the content of your document into the message box of your thread. That way you don't risk losing your work and having to type it over again. Do not post the content of your message as only an attachment. You will not get credit for such postings as attachments. Feel free to add attachments, such as pictures, but we should not have to open an attachment to read your message.

In the available (unlocked) "Current events in biology" discussion topic, click on "Start a New Thread". You need to include all of the following if you are posting your own thread:

  • Put the full title of your article in the "enter a subject" line. Do not just leave it blank. It is very important that other students can see the title without entering your thread, so that it is easy for them to search for what they find most interesting.
  • In the message box, you must include the following:
    1. What is the title of your article? On what date (day/month/year) was it published online?
    2. What is the full URL of your web-based source? (copy the whole web address; we must be able to visit the site and read the full article)
    3. Why did you find this particular article interesting? In other words, what caught your attention, thus leading you to choose to share it?
    4. In your own words, write a brief summary of what happened or was learned. In other words, what significant finding is being reported? (your answer must be at least five complete and meaningful sentences long, and MUST be in your own words; you will not get credit for sentences that you just copy/paste from the article!)

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Monkeys with human gene show signs of autism

How to shelter mountain streams in a changing world

 

article needs to be no more than three days before January 26, 2016

Subject Science
Due By (Pacific Time) 01/29/2016 07:00 am
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