The Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE) was created in 1979 "to promote information exchange among university and college educators actively concerned with teaching biology in a laboratory setting." ABLE's website includes information about its professional activities, conferences, and the educational resources the Association has created through a set of novel partnerships. Visitors can click on over to the Resources area to look through nine different subsections, including Scheduling Software, Blogs, and Internet Meeting Software. Each area contains a brief review of each resource, along with information about how each item might be used most effectively. Moving on, visitors can look over the Conference area to learn about the professional opportunities offered via conferences and other professional meetings. Finally, visitors can sign up for ABLE membership here and send along any questions they might have.


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