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BIO 149


Welcome to the BIO 149 research guide. The suggested resources in this guide are to help you complete your class assignments, as well as to provide additional information for course topics where you may be struggling or need further study. To access all library resources, go to the Creighton Libraries website. Use the sidebar to the left to navigate this guide.

Please feel free to contact me by phone, email, or instant message with any questions or if you need additional information. My contact information and office hours are linked in the sidebar on this page and throughout the guide. 

Hello, class.

Your mission, should you decide to accept it (as required), is to read and report on one of the books featured on the Books & eBooks tab (to the left). All of these books are once and future classics chosen exclusively for BIO 149 to help you explore a particular aspect of human biology. As always, should you or any of your classmates become so engrossed that you neglect to feed the cat or call your mom, your instructor will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This web page will self-destruct at the end of the term. Good luck.

-- your instructor