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The American Physiological Society Archive of Teaching Resources

Rating: 5 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Camille Freeman (Faculty), Apr 06, 2014

I believe this link now redirects to the Life Science Teaching Resource Community; my review is of the website. I found their collections of lesson plans, links and resources very useful. They appear to have primarily material geared towards the K-12 population, however the items I looked at for undergraduate students were excellent. For example, under the "Featured Collections" tab the resource "the nervous system for a 200-level A&P course" contains a wealth of relevant journal articles, as well as a list of related Khan Academy videos and a TED talk. 

I wish I had found this site while I was developing my online courses, and will likely be using some of the material found here as I update my classes.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 min