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New Digital Biology Textbook to Cost Students Just $49

As part of a three-year partnership with Nature Publishing Group (NPG), publisher of the world’s leading scientific journal Nature, faculty guided and advised the development of NPG’s Principles of Biology – the first in a series of interactive "born digital" textbooks.

Learn more about the Principles of Biology digital textbook.

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Video by Emily Switzer,
California State University
California State Student Association

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Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x and 6.x (Windows)
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Select Internet Options from the Tools menu
3. Click on the Security tab
4. Click Custom Level button located under the heading Security Level for this Zone. The Security Settings dialog box will pop up
5. Scroll down to Scripting, near the bottom of the list
6. Click Enable under Active Scripting
7. Click Enable under Allow paste operations via script
8. Click Enable under Scripting of Java applets
9. Click OK button to save and leave Security Settings
10. Click OK button to leave Internet Options

Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4 (Windows)
1. Open Mozilla Firefox
2. Select Options from the Tools menu
3. Click Web Features on the left side of the Preferences dialog box
4. Click on the checkbox next to Enable Java
5. Click on the checkbox next to Enable JavaScript
6. Click OK button to save and leave Options

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x (Macintosh)
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Choose Preferences from the Explorer menu
3. Click the arrow next to Web Browser to expand the options
4. Click Web Content
5. Under Active Content, click on the checkbox next to Enable scripting
6. Click Java under Web Browser
7. Click on the checkbox next to Enable Java
8. Click OK button to save and leave Preferences

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