New Article: “Ten Simple Rules for Collaborative Lesson Development”

Screen Shot 2018-03-11 at 2.16.01 PMI’m part of a great team that’s just published a new article: “Ten Simple Rules for Collaborative Lesson Development.” It’s part of the “Ten Simple Rules” series at PLOS Computational Biology.

The first paragraph of our introduction sets the stage:

Lessons take significant effort to build and even more to maintain. Most academics do this work on their own, but leveraging a community approach can make educational resource development more sustainable, robust, and responsive. Treating lessons as a community resource to be updated, adapted, and improved incrementally can free up valuable time while increasing quality.

If you’re curious, read on! The article can be found here. You can find a nicely-laid out PDF here as well.

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