40 Biology videos (Over 7 hours!) covering topics such as water, membranes, molecules, photosynthesis, and many more topics in biology. These topics cover human, plant, and animal biology. These videos have been vetting and approved by the tutors of the Tacoma Community College Writing and Tutoring Center.
The Anatomy and Physiology Text and Laboratory Workbook Videos website provides brief information, colorful pictures and videos about cell transport including Brownian movement, Osmosis, Elodea Osmosis, Blood Isotonic, Paramecium Contractile Vacuole, Bulk Transport, Endocytosis and Exocytosis. All the videos are in .wmv format and download to open in a local video player.
Cells Alive provides interactive visual models and activities to learn animal, plant, and bacteria cell anatomy and to learn the processes of mitosis, cell cycles, dividing bacteria, cancer cells, antibodies, and microscopy. The site also has free printable study aids for various cell types.
Slip Slide Collide is a fun informational game for learning about the layers of the Earth and its tectonic plates. Though this is game-like, it is really just an engaging way to read information and practice what you learn. The Earth visual timeline was the most challenging as it was very difficult to tell the visual differences between the earths. Nonetheless, this was an enjoyable interactive learning exercise and great practice and reinforcement if you are taking a science course covering this material!
Learn and practice biology concepts. The Biology Project from the University of Arizona is a well rounded online resource providing good information, visual models, and practice exercises for students to learn and study their understanding of various biology concepts.