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Biology I, Second Semester is a Course

Biology I, Second Semester

Time limit: 182 days
1 credit

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NOTICE

The publisher of the online textbook used with this course has recently announced that the book will be discontinued. No access to the textbook will be possible after June 30, 2024.
For this reason, general enrollment to this course has been discontinued and a new version of the course will be available as soon as possible.

Course Overview

In this second semester portion of Biology, you will explore biotechnology, evolutionary evidence and mechanisms, the origin of life on Earth, ecological relationships and interactions, Earth's biosphere and human impact on our planet. You will look at current biological discoveries and expand beyond the textbook through a multitude of explorations.  In addition, you will interact with your classmates to provide feedback, questions, and commenting to enhance everyone's learning.  

This course is designed for high-school sophomores or higher.
Please note that Cooperative courses are restricted to teen-age students only; you must be under 19½ at the time of registration.

View a demo version here: https://iu.instructure.com/courses/1627275

Prerequisite

One semester of high school biology.

Required Materials

The following online text is required for this course:

Holt McDougal Biology Premium Interactive Online Edition (free) ISBN-13/EAN: 9780544852815
Please note that the publisher of the online textbook used with this course has recently announced that the book will be discontinued. No access to the textbook will be possible after June 30, 2024.
Please plan your course progress accordingly. This does not affect your course enrollment end date. If your end date is after June 30, or if you get an extension, you will still lose access to the textbook on June 30.
Your best option is to be sure to complete this course before June 30. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.

A hard-copy version of the textbook can also be purchased.