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The BioEd Online project from the Baylor College of Medicine has been creating high-quality instructional resources for a number of years, and this web-based course is one of the most recent additions to their site. The "Genes, Health and Society" course is intended for educators, undergraduates, and anyone else interested in "exploring both classic knowledge and current thinking in the fields of genetics and genomics." Visitors will need to complete a free registration form before accessing the course. After this registration process is complete, users can look over the three modules of the course: "Transmission Genetics," "The Nature of Genetic Material," and "Medical Genetics." Throughout the course, users are asked to complete self-assessment questions and problems, record their observations, and access supplementary resources in areas called "Side Trips."
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