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Resources for Online Teaching

Scrambling for labs and activities as you bring your neuroscience class online during the novel coronavirus epidemic?  Or have you developed a cool self-directed activity you want to share? 

Either way, join in the FUN with a crowd-sourced compendium of resources for teaching neuroscience online by clicking here.

 
Scrambling for labs and activities as you bring your neuroscience class online during the novel coronavirus epidemic?  Or have you developed a cool self-directed activity you want to share? 

Either way, join in the FUN with a crowd-sourced compendium of resources for teaching neuroscience online: This link will take you to a Google Doc where you can:
* Browse resources submitted by other FUN members
* Add resources to help out (will need the editing link)
* Comment about resources to help others sort out what works from what works less well (will need the editing link)


Please read the directions and guidelines carefully and happy crowd-sourcing.

When the list fills out a bit a more stable-copy will be kept and periodically updated here: https://www.funfaculty.org/online_neuroscience_teaching

Also- the current document draws heavily on the already fantastic conversations happening on the FUN listserv.  If you aren't registered for the FUN listserv, you can sign up here: https://lists.funfaculty.org/mailman/listinfo/fun_mail

And also a big thanks to Richard Olivo who first compiled the conversation from the FUN listserv (and also founded ERIN and has put in endless effort to helping make neuroscience teaching tools accesisble to the FUN community)
 

FUN Partners

The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education is the scholarly voice of FUN.
Nu Rho Psi is the national honor's society for undergraduate neuroscience majors.