In response to the coronavirus pandemic, many institutions are pivoting to online and digital instruction. There are many resources available for moving class lectures, assignments, and assessments online. However, wet labs, CUREs, and inquiry-based activities such as those in Tiny Earth require additional thought and input. We are actively compiling resources and ideas for you to consider using as you reconfigure your inquiry-based Tiny Earth labs.
USM Faculty have access to this interactive human anatomy resource. Contact Ashley Creek @ firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the link to embed in your eSpire course. Access is only allowed for current faculty, staff, and students.