Connect for Microbiology
A proven tool to help students earn better grades and instructors optimize their time and energy, Connect for Microbiology enables instructors to seamlessly create and auto-grade assignments correlated to learning objectives. Adaptive technology offers students immediate, detailed feedback on their work, allowing them to focus on areas where they need improvement. Explore features available within Connect:What is Connect?
Connect for Microbiology Features
Connect strengthens the link between faculty, students and coursework. Watch to learn more.
Available within Connect, SmartBook 2.0 personalizes learning to individual student needs, continually adapting to pinpoint knowledge gaps and focus learning on concepts requiring additional study. For instructors, SmartBook tracks student progress and provides insights that guide teaching strategies and advanced instruction, for a more dynamic class experience.
Connect Insight offers easy-to-use visual displays of student performance and gradebook data. Quickly track performance across your entire section, all of your assignments, or drill in to find data insights for a specific class, individual student, or particular assignment.
Save time and gain student insights. Connect provides customizable reports on student performance, learning outcomes, at-risk students, and integrates easily with LMS gradebooks.
Tegrity is a video capture and remote proctoring solution available within Connect that drives student engagement in traditional, flipped, hybrid, or fully online courses.
As a learning science company, we create content that builds up higher-order thinking skills. Within McGraw-Hill Connect®, we tag it accordingly so you can filter your search, assign it, and receive reporting on it. These content asset types can be associated with one or more levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
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Grow Microbiology Podcast
An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Microbiology.
Benson’s Microbiological Applications is now available in a 15th edition, 2022c
Benson's Microbiological Applications, 15th edition, has been the "gold standard" of microbiology laboratory manuals for over 35 years. The 15th edition has a new co-author, Heidi Smith from Front Range Community College, and a number of updates to include a new CRISPR lab.
iTeach Microbiology, our web community, enables you to share, network and coordinate your efforts in a group setting. Join iTeach to communicate with your peers and discuss the most current topics in the media.Join Now!
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Dorothy earned her Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Pathology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2000. She was Assistant Professor of Biology at North Carolina Central University from 2001 – 2004 before making the switch to the North Carolina Community College system. Dorothy has taught a variety of classes throughout her teaching career, including general biology, microbiology, pathophysiology, biotechnology and bacteriology. Dorothy is the science coordinator at Durham Technical Community College’s satellite campus in Hillsborough, NC and is a mentor for Duke University’s ‘Preparing Future Faculty’ program. In addition to teaching science, Dorothy is a regular presenter at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Government on health and wellness issues.
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