Research & Writing for Educational Software
In the Biological, Physical, and Social Sciences
I researched and wrote thousands of articles — some index entries, others in-depth essays, all cross-referenced — for my groundbreaking educational databases in the biological, physical, and social sciences, as well as handbooks derived from these works.
- A Computerized Dictionary of Entomology: Thousands of Conceptually Cross-Referenced Terms about Insects and Other Arthropods.
- Food Webs of Insects and Their Kin: Biological Controls and Other Ecological Relationships of Economically Important Terrestrial Arthropods.
- Computerized Biological Control: Garden Insects: What They Eat and What Eats Them.
- Computerized Vegetable Gardening: “Everything You Need to Know to Grow Delicious, Nutritious Crops at Home!”
- Discovering Insects: An Introduction to the Orders of Insects.
- The Animal Kingdom: An Introduction to the Major Groups of Animals.
- The Plant Kingdom: An Introduction to the Major Groups of Plants.
- The Tree of Life: An Introduction to the Major Groups of Biological Organisms.
- Fermentation & Respiration: An Interactive Presentation of Basic Energy-Releasing Biochemical Reactions.
- The Periodic Table of the Elements: An Introduction to Chemistry.
- Qualitative Chemical Analysis: An Interactive Presentation of Introductory Inorganic Chemistry.
- Conversion Factors: Mathematically Convert Between Like Units of Measurement.
- Dynamics Within the Economy: An Interactive Presentation of Introductory Macro-Economics.
- The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction to U.S. Law and Government.
- Comparative Religions: An Introduction to the Major Faiths of the World.