iBiology has created a variety of undergraduate and graduate resources to support the teaching and learning of biology. All of our videos are freely available to both educators and students. In addition, we have created free PDF-downloadable supplementary materials (including question banks) for select videos that can be accessed by educators via login. If you haven’t signed up yet you can request access here.
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Flipped classroom curricula
Research talks with resources
Recommended for educators
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We have arranged iBiology seminars into curricula that span introductory to advanced material in evolution, cell biology, and other topics. In these modular courses, students can explore core topics in biology by watching iBiology research videos as homework. Class time can be dedicated to in-depth discussion and problem-based learning guided by our PDF-downloadable assessments.
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Seminars with Teaching Tools
iBiology and our collaborators have developed discussion questions, assessments, and other educator resources to accompany many of our individual video seminars. Unlike Flipped Courses, these resources are standalone and aren’t organized into a course curriculum
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We’ve put together some suggested video playlists for educators looking for material to supplement their biology courses. These videos do not have downloadable resources.
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Educator Resources Catalog
View our complete searchable list of videos that have downloadable teaching resources on this page, broken down by resource type and available assets. This list contains all videos from Flipped Courses and Seminar with Teaching Tools.
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