Oxford University Press is proud to offer a complete and authoritative supplements package for both instructors and students. When you adopt Genetic: Genes, Genomes, and Evolution, you will have access to a truly exemplary set of ancillary materials to enhance teaching and support students’ learning.

Ancillary Resource Center (ARC)

A convenient, instructor-focused destination for resources to accompany Genetics: Genes, Genomes, and Evolution. Accessed online through individual user accounts, the ARC provides instructors with access to up-to-date ancillaries at any time while guaranteeing the security of grade-significant resources. In addition, it allows OUP to keep instructors informed when new content becomes available.

The ARC for Genetics: Genes, Genomes, and Evolution includes:

  • Test bank of exam-style questions
  • Solutions to all questions featured in the book
  • Journal Clubs
    • Journal Clubs offer the possibility of an active learning environment that reverses the typical pedagogical process in most large introductory courses. Class time could be spent discussing the Journal Club to re-enforce students’ understanding of the chapter by exploring a more detailed example from the original literature, for instance.
  • Lecture slides (in PPT format)
  • Instructor guide, which discusses the educational approach taken by Genetics: Genes, Genomes, and Evolution in more detail, why this approach has been taken, what benefits it offers, and how it can be adopted in other classrooms.
  • Videos
    • The Videos walk students through the solution of a problem from the text, highlighting a research technique or providing additional analysis of an original research figure in a five minute summary.


The Dashboard platform by Oxford University Press delivers high-quality content, tools, and assessments to track student progress in an intuitive, Web-based learning environment. Full access to Dashboard can be packaged with new copies of the text for a discounted price or purchased separately. For each chapter, you will find:

  • 25 auto-graded multiple-choice questions


Genetics: Genes, Genomes, and Evolution is available as an eBook via Redshelf, Vitalsource and Chegg.

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