Examples:Education

ETEC510 Design Wiki

ETEC510 Design Wiki

An iterative course wiki on technology enhanced learning environments that has evolved over several years.

Virtual Soil Science Learning Resources

Virtual Soil Science Learning Resources

The goal of Virtual Soil Science Learning Resources (VSSLR) group is to enhance soil science education through cooperation and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. The site features educational tools and courses developed to address the following topics: basic soil science principles, soil classification, land-use impacts on soil quality, and raising awareness about soil as an important natural resource.

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Phylo: The Trading Card Game

Phylo: The Trading Card Game

Phylo is a project that began as a reaction to the following nugget of information: Kids know more about Pokemon creatures than they do about real creatures. We think there’s something wrong with that…

The Infinite Series Module

The Infinite Series Module

Online resources for undergraduate students studying integral calculus, specifically on infinite sequences and series…

MATH 105 Probability Module

MATH 105 Probability Module

A set of open resources, which focus specifically on probability, for students in MATH 105 at UBC. The content on the MATH 105 Probability Module has been released into the public domain. View site
Neuroanatomy at UBC

Neuroanatomy at UBC

Neuroanatomy at UBC is a website that includes photographs, diagrams, illustrations, MRI scans, and 3D reconstructions of functionally important parts of the human brain. The website is maintained by Dr. Claudia Krebs, a senior instructor in the Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences at UBC. All original content on the Neuroanatomy at UBC website is […]
Evidence-based Science Education in Action

Evidence-based Science Education in Action

n open collection of video demonstrations of classroom, lab and other instructional strategies which was inspired by the observation that instructors are most likely to consider trying new teaching strategies…