Welcome to CourseSource, an open-access journal of peer-reviewed teaching resources for undergraduate biology and physics
We publish articles that are organized around courses in both biological and physics disciplines, and aligned with learning goals established by professional societies representing those disciplines. Please let us know what you think as you explore the articles and other information in the journal. We welcome your comments, questions, and/or suggestions. You can also follow us @CourseSource on Twitter to receive notifications about newly published articles and announcements! Learn more about CourseSource.
Please note that we are in the process of hiring a new Managing Editor and may be slow to respond to email inquiries and monitor the submission site between May-July. We encourage you to continue submitting your amazing work! Thank you for your patience as we go through this staffing transition.
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Cell Biology
- Developmental Biology
- Introductory Biology
- Introductory Physics: Algebra-Based
- Introductory Physics: Calculus-Based
- Plant Biology
- Professional Development and Career Planning
- Science Process Skills
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June 4, 2022
This post doctoral associate position is a unique job opportunity merging two projects that involve developing, managing, and evaluating resources for teaching at the college level. The successful candidate will work directly with Dr. Jennifer Knight (Associate Professor, University of Colorado Boulder; Editor in Chief, CourseSource). Please see the University of Colorado Boulder job link for the complete job post and to apply.
The successful candidate will:
April 14, 2022
Apply for the 2022 BIOME Institute!
Summer session: July 18 - 29, 2022 (first week synchronous, second week asynchronous)
Fall working groups: September 5 - November 18, 2022
BioQUEST is thrilled to announce the 2022 BIOME Institute, a fantastic virtual professional development opportunity for STEM educators to engage with a community of peers to address an educational challenge--with the goal of improving student outcomes. This year’s theme is “Sparking IDEAS: Inclusive, Diverse, Equitable, and Accessible Communities in STEM Classrooms.”
The BIOME is a special opportunity to join a fantastic community of educators committed to STEM education reform.
Find more details here, and we hope to see you. Early bird deadline is April 17, with a final deadline of May 10.