The biennial FUN Undergraduate Neuroscience Workshops have generated important blueprints for curriculum development. These guides to program design are freely available through JUNE.
- PKAL Occasional Paper on Neuroscience, 1995
- Blueprints for Undergraduate Neuroscience Curricula: Roadmaps to What End?, Mike Kerchner, JUNE 2005
- Undergraduate Neuroscience Education: Blueprints for the 21st Century, Eric Wiertelak and Julio Ramirez, JUNE 2008
- The New Blueprints: Undergraduate Neuroscience Education in the Twenty-First Century, Eric Wiertelak, Jean Hardwick, Mike Kerchnerm, Karen Parfitt & Julio Ramirez JJ, 2018
- ADInstruments has a variety of hardware and software solutions for teaching undergraduate neuroscience
- Backyard Brains Low-cost, high-impact spike recorders, RoboRoach, the Human-to-Human interface, etc.
- Bio-Rad's C. elegans Behavior Kit
- Find a Neuroscientist
- Grass Foundation outreach for colleges with limited resources
- Dana Foundation
Additional peer-reviewed papers on undergraduate neuroscience teaching can be found at the Journal of Neuroscience Education (JUNE). JUNE is the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience's online journal for undergraduate neuroscience faculty that publishes peer-reviewed reports of innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education. JUNE serves as a mechanism for faculty to exchange information regarding topics such as laboratory exercises, new media, curricular considerations, and teaching methods.