Tutorials and Directed Learning Resources

Links to on-line tutorials and other educational reference material such as bioinformatics-related course materials available on the web.

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2can Bioinformatics Educational ResourceResource Content

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The site contains tutorials, a glossary, and introductory articles on various topics related to bioinformatics and molecular and cell biology. The emphasis is on an increased understanding of the databases and tools available from the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) and its collaborators.

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Canadian Bioinformatics WorkshopsResource Content

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Hands-on instruction in the use and development of software tools for genomic and computational biology research.

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geneprediction.orgResource Content

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A collection of links and educational resources, including tutorials and freely downloadable supplementary chapters and powerpoint presentations.

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How to Use the Human Draft SequenceResource Content

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Introduction to how the draft sequence of the human genome can be used by biologists, includes examples of the types of questions that can be answered with the data.

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Learn how to use NCBI resourcesResource Content

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Seven interrelated modules expose the user to tools and databases currently used by researchers in molecular biology.

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MIT OpenCourseWareResource Content

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MIT OpenCourseWare provides free and open access to some of MIT\'s course materials. There are hundreds of courses represented from over thirty different disciplines, including Biology, Health Sciences and Technology, and Science, Technology, and Society. No registration is required.

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NCBI EducationResource Content

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What is bioinformatics? Why use bioinformatics? excellent tutorials on BLAST and the Entrez search and retrieval system.

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OpenHelixResource Content

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Repository of bioinformatic tutorials and resources. Some are open access, others have restricted access.

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S-Star.orgResource Content

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Aims to provide a bioinformatics education to interested students everywhere, regardless of background, with the help of the Internet. The lectures are also accessible to the public for those who do not wish to register in the courses.

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The SIB Swiss Institute of BioinformaticsTool Content

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The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics provides life science databases, tools and support. SIB coordinates research and education in bioinformatics throughout Switzerland and provides high quality bioinformatics services to the national and international research community.

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Users Guide to the Human GenomeResource Content

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Hands-on tutorial for using genome browsers as web tools for browsing and analyzing data from the Human Genome Project and other sequencing efforts; features UCSC Genome Browser, the NCBI Map Viewer, and the Ensembl Genome Browser.

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A user's guide to the human genome200257