Networking and Faculty Resources
See how others use the GENI-ACT platform in the Networking section. Additional faculty resources (e.g., manuals, videos, tutorials), can be found in the Faculty Resource section.


Agrobacterium tumefaciens C58 Genome & Functional Genomics Project
Dr. Bradley Goodner
Hiram College

Meiothermus ruber genome analysis project and network
M. ruber blog
Meiothermus ruber genome analysis project (GENI) - then click on “genome analysis”
Dr. Lori Scott (project leader)
Augustana College 
(instructional resources and examples of student projects available) 

Cellulophaga lytica Genome Project
Dr. Joanna Klein
Northwestern College

Pseudomonas putida F1 Genome Project
Jayna L. Ditty, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
Rebecca E. Parales, University of California, Davis, CA
(instructional resources and examples of student projects available)

slcc genome annotation project 
Dr. Timothy Beagley
Salt Lake City Community College

Pedobacter heparinus Genome Project 
Dr. David Essig
Geneva College

Faculty Resources
Each module in the GENI-ACT online Lab Notebook has an associated online tutorial. We know these tutorials need to be updated and are working on it. For now, if you want some additional help on using GENI-ACT, here are some other online resources.

CLICK HERE for a description of strategies for implementing GENI-ACT into courses and research (Provided by Brad Goodner at Hiram College and Lori Scott at Augustana College)

CLICK HERE for many downloadable resources, including past GENI-ACT News (Provided by Brad Goodner at Hiram College)

CLICK HERE and then click on “Annotation” for student-written tutorials (Provided by Timothy Beagley at Salt Lake Community College)

CLICK HERE for online student instructions for each GENI-ACT module (Provided by Stephen Koury at State University of New York at Buffalo)

CLICK HERE for training videos demonstrating the use of GENI-ACT (Provided by Todd Nickle at Mount Royal University and Lori Scott at Augustana College)

Contact Lori Scott ( to add a link to your annotation project website to this page or to add resources that will help others integrate GENI-ACT into their research and/or curriculum.