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eLearning at eMouseAtlas

Posted by on November 24th, 2016

A new eLearning resource that provides short and interactive vignettes in embryo (primarily vertebrate) development, from gametogenesis through to organogenesis, is available from the eMouseAtlas1,2 website (www.emouseatlas.org). The current eLearning content are the tutorials produced by Professor José García Monterde of the University of Córdoba, and the presentation from collaboration between Professor Monterde and the[…]

Online materials for teaching plant biology to undergraduates: Teaching Tools in Plant Biology

Posted by on October 13th, 2011

Teaching Tools in Plant Biology is an online educational resource published by The Plant Cell and the American Society of Plant Biologists.  Each Teaching Tool includes a set of about 100 PowerPoint slides, a review article suitable for undergraduates with hyperlinked reading lists, and a teaching guide that includes learning objectives and discussion questions. Each[…]

Teaching embryology to undergraduates

Posted by on June 18th, 2010

I am employed as a graduate teaching assistant for a first year biomedical sciences course at Auckland University in New Zealand. The class is called Cellular and Developmental Biology and my job is to help with tutoring the laboratory classes. For my lab streams I’m the one who stands at the front and gives instructions,[…]