Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE) has been around since 1979. It was originally founded to promote information exchange among university and college educators actively concerned with teaching biology in a laboratory setting. ABLE’s 2019 Conference is right around the corner. This year, the conference will be held on June 18th through the 21st at The University of Ottawa.
Stop by our Booths, 5 and 6
bluedoor will be in attendance and we would like to invite you to stop by our booths, 5 and 6. There will be a drawing for a $50 Amazon Gift Card, so be sure to enter for your chance to win!
While you’re at our booth, you’ll be able to learn about our customized biology solutions. bluedoor streamlines the production process so you can concentrate on teaching. You can publish your lab manuals with us in print or digital format, utilizing your content or ours.
Our bluedoor team will be ready to:
- Address what it’s like publishing with us.
- Share our unique content offerings.
- Explain our print and digital solutions.
- Answer any other questions you might have!
Join Dr. Sehoya Cotner’s Workshops
Each year, ABLE brings together about 200 participants from university and college biology departments across Canada and the U.S. A group of presenters is selected to help educate these participants on new and innovative ways to enhance their labs and curriculum.
bluedoor’s valued author, Sehoya Cotner, PhD, will be one of these honored presenters. Dr. Cotner will be delivering two, three-hour workshops in room BSC 335 on Thursday, June 20th at:
- 8:30 am – 11:30 am
- 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dr. Cotner will share her unique approach to the intro-biology course she created, The Evolution and Biology of Sex. To accompany the course, Dr. Cotner developed a custom lab manual with bluedoor.
“This lab manual was created to accompany a non-majors, large-enrollment, introductory-biology course of the same name, however we hope to appeal to any student interested in learning, in an interactive environment, the basics of the following introductory-level topics: process of science, evolution, molecular genetics, inheritance, the evolution of sex, sexual selection, and reproductive technology.” – Sehoya Cotner, PhD
Check out the details here.
We look forward to seeing you at ABLE!