CU-EBIO 3590: Plants and society Collection home page
These are course materials for a one-semester junior-level course in economic botany. The course has a strong focus on science process skills, including critically reading the primary scientific literature, engaging in effective science communication (especially writing about biology for diverse audiences), and use of scientific argumentation. The course has no exams, with grades being comprised of in-class activities, quizzes, writing assignments, and a lab.
The full set of course materials is available via CU Boulder's SEI site: https://www.colorado.edu/sei/departments/ecology-and-evolutionary-biology/course-resources
If you have questions about this resource, you can contact Stacey Smith (Stacey.D.Smith@Colorado.EDU).
|Item Type||Title||Subject||Author(s)||Issue Date||Access|
|Resources||List of course resources for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at CU Boulder||Scientific Communication; Animal Behaviour; Biodiversity; Biological diversity; Conservation Biology; Ecology; Evolution; Genomics; Invertebrate biology||Various, CUSEI||2019||Open|