The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE)
A combination of student interest, a grant for computers, and a suggestion from a colleague led me to convert the printed lab manual for my neurophysiology course into an online version. The web-based version incorporates videos of procedures, color photos, diagrams, links to articles, and other supplementary materials. This paper discusses designing for the web, retaining compatibility with print, layering information, making videos in digital format, and sharing self-published resources. The labs themselves (appendix) are traditional “wet” experiments with crayfish that have been used in many neurobiology courses.
web, online, video, QuickTime, crayfish
Licensed to Smith College and distributed CC-BY under the Smith College Faculty Open Access Policy.
Olivo, Richard F., "An Online Lab Manual for Neurophysiology" (2003). Neuroscience: Faculty Publications. 1.