The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE)
ERIN, Educational Resources in Neuroscience, is the Society for Neuroscience's web portal to selected, high- quality materials for higher education. A Board of Editors approves resources after describing them and classifying them by topic, subtopic, media type, author, and appropriate educational level. Some resources are also accompanied by reviews and ratings from faculty who have used the resource. These features make a search of ERIN far more useful than a typical Google search.
ERIN's development was funded by the National Science Foundation with a three-year grant to SfN. Along the way, various unexpected problems arose and solutions were found, many of which are described in this overview of ERIN's history and the various decisions that were made in its design and development.
website, teaching resources, media, faculty reviews, classification schemes, crowdsourcing
Licensed to Smith College and distributed CC-BY under the Smith College Faculty Open Access Policy
Olivo, Richard F.; Burdo, Joseph R.; Calin-Jagemen, Robert; Grisham, William; Linden, Monica L.; Rosenberg, Robert L.; Symonds, Laura L.; and Thornton, Janice E., "ERIN: A Portal to Resources for Higher Education in Neuroscience" (2015). Neuroscience: Faculty Publications. 5.