Revised 1997 JAN 22

How to WWW in Your Science Studies

This is just a template construction of this page has not begun.

If you have ideas for this page, please send an email to

Some tentative plans for this page.

1. make a link to W6.htm which will have notes on useful science web sites.

2. informationm here for kids new to science, who don't yet know what they don't know some sample links to get them started. maybe a binomial key that leads to web sites.

use use tab key or click mouse on the various white spaces. I will put a link here to the bottom of this page (linked to wrong text). I then moved to bottom of page and put cursor on www sites and held down mouse button and dragged across the line (it turned blue) I could have held down shift key and used the right arrow key to highlight the

6. Using templates (This link needs repair)can save lots of work. You can have lots of templates, and use the one best suited for the page you plan to write. I want all my WWW sites which offer information on HTML and writing web pages. (Those in blue are linked to this page; just click on them)

Background Pages

This is left over junk from my template. I left it here so you can see how templates speed writing when you have lots of pages to write. ....I should have put in links in the lines below within my template... Instead, I will now have to write the links, copy them to clipboard, and paste them to every page that needs them...A little more planning would have saved lots of work...

You should read these pages before you try the above experiment because these include safety and experimental information not repeated above. Those in blue are completed and linked from this page.

Pages on WWW Linked to This Page

You may click on these

Microbiological Safety Precautions

See our safety page... More junk left over from my template ( template1.htm)

Using templates can save lots of work. When I complete a page and have the links finished, I first save the page, then I delete some text and save the parts I need for future pages as "template2.htm".

If you isolate your own bacteria for experiments, avoid environments where pathogens are common. Indiana Biolab offers a kit of four normally harmless species, culture tubes, dry GST medium, and printed guides for $10, postpaid. A kit of 8 species and suitable dry media and other items for experiments are $20 postpaid. We make no guarantee that the bacteria can't cause infection. We require the order include a signed statement that you have read and understand our safety page. If the order is from a student, parents must include a permission statement. Teachers need only order on school letterhead. Include your e-mail address if you have one.

Written by Harold Eddleman, Ph. D., President, Indiana Biolab, 14045 Huff St., Palmyra IN 47164
©All material is protected by Section 107 of the 1976 copyright law.
Copyright 1997 by Harold Eddleman. Copyright law permits you to use this material in teaching and self-study. If you intend to use this material in teaching, please acknowledge the author and the source of the information. When you give your students the URL, you enable them to get updates.
Last modified 1997 January 13.
Suggestions, corrections, and comments are appreciated: Contact Harold Eddleman (