Please realize that looking for videos on youtube about evolution can be a very, very, very difficult task. There are a lot of heated debates, and people can become insulting very quickly. I chose videos that highlighted the science behind what Darwin knew, and not videos to make people mad. I don't think that is helpful to understanding the way life works.
Turning it in is the same as before: Put your notes in a Google document. Your UA email account has Google docs that you can use. To open a Google doc, open your UA email. Go to the upper left hand corner of the screen, click on "documents." Click on "create new," and then the first option is "Document." Click on that. Click on "Untitled Document" and name your document in this format: last name, first name, date, 3100:103:003. Your document MUST have this format. After you write your notes, click on "Share" and then click on share again. Under "Add People" put in my email address firstname.lastname@example.org Click on Share and Save - and I'll get an email telling me you did it.
Must be shared before 10/17 Monday's lecture at 8:50! Another note - please notic all the red squiggly lines on your document. That means things are misspelled. Go back, check your document, and FIX THE MISSPELLINGS, please. At the college level, spelling and grammar are important!!! There are two videos. Each is 15 minutes. Highlight the science from the videos in your notes.