We don’t often re-blog a whole post (we don’t have a special aversion to doing so, though the simple fact remains), but we’re breaking with tradition for Geoff Cain’s post on biology resources at his Brainstorm in Progress blog. It is an excellent annotated short-list for those who want to dive in to bio either as students or as teachers/tutors (we know it’s excellent because it mentions Saylor.org, naturally).
See Geoff’s collection below, and visit his blog for more good stuff. As Director of Academic Technology for Humboldt State University with bona fides in OER, elearning, and education more generally, Geoff Cain knows whereof he speaks.
We’ll add to the mix the quite useful Anatomy Corner and Biology Corner, two openly-licensed sites we previously reviewed.
OER: Possible Resources for Biology – Human Anatomy & Physiology (Geoff Cain, Brainstorm in Progress, 26 July 2013 | CC BY-NC-SA