Lecture / Lab Resources

Handouts, class datasets, lecture and lab images, and other course materials will be at moodle.reed.edu for registered Bio101/102 students.

Appointments with Lab Instructors

For F101+S102: https://careybooth.youcanbook.me

For F102 + S101: https://nedknight.youcanbook.me

Detailed appointment instructions and general availability.

Individual Tutoring (website)

Students are eligible for a generous amount of free individual (one-on-one) tutoring, in addition to unlimited access to drop-in (group) tutoring, which occurs at several locations around campus on most nights before a class. 

The Writing Center (website)

The Writing Center is open Sunday-Thursday evenings in the Dorothy Johansen House. Their web page includes links to information on both Biology and Scientific Writing.

The American Chemical society also has an online publication, the ACS Style Guide. While the examples are from chemistry, they give excellent advice about scientific writing style.

Quantitative Skills Resources (website)

Academic support for students who wish to develop their quantitative skills for courses in the social sciences, natural sciences, and math.

Academic Software (website)

Students can download many of the software applications used for the Bio 101/102 course. You can restrict your search among the available titles to only those that are Biology Courseware. Some applications are available for only one OS, other have several versions available.

General information about using Reed licensed software is available here. You will need to log in with your Kerberos password to gain access to the software download site.

Biology Department Resources folder (Google shared drive)

As a student enrolled in a Biology Department course, logging into Google drive with your Reed log-in name and password will give you access to a shared drive that the Biology Department uses to provide network access to resources for our classes.

Trees of Reed College (website)

This web site provides access to a database maintained by the Physical Plant which describes all of the tree species planted as part of the main campus landscape. The site includes both maps for learning the identity of a tree whose location is known, a searchable index to find a particular species of tree on campus, as well as information about trees that have been planted as memorials.

Reed College Canyon (website)

The Canyon is part of the Johnson Creek Watershed and an important biological resource for both the campus and the Portland Community. The Canyon pages include information about the history, physical setting, flora, and fauna of this beautiful area on campus.