Modules are often substantial sets of materials. Many of these were developed specifically for ethnobiology courses. Some of the modules can be shared without modification. Other modules provide hints, ideas and items which can be adapted for use.
General Information about Modules
Modules are individual units which have been developed for use within ethnobiology courses. These range from worksheets which can be used in laboratory exercises to video presentations that supplement or replace traditional lectures.
There are several ways in which these modules are indexed here.
You may also want to search for modules by using the list of institutions available on this link.
Links to Collected Materials
These are sets of modules which have a common focus.
The TED talks (Technology, Entertainment and Design) consist of short (usually 20 minutes or shorter) presentations by some of the world's leading thinkers. Most of the presentations are excellent. The TED website also links similar talks which were presented in different venues.
Web Link: Kew (Strong international focus)
The Kew website has a strong international focus. There are many materials posted on their site which provide access to activities developed outside the focus of the OSN network.
Link: Case Studies
Links with a Regional Focus
The links in this collection highlight modules which are specific to ethnobiology in a region.