The Open Science Network in Ethnobiology is a group of educators and students who are seeking new ways to enhance their discipline. This is a truly collaborative group that is looking for innovative ways to share in the development of new courses and to strengthen existing courses.
If you'd like to follow some of our activities, check us out at the following sites.
Web Link: Wiser Earth
Web Link: Facebook
The OSN activities are being coordinated from the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT). Matters concerning the overall OSN effort and policy should be directed to the following collaborators.
Technical matters, such as broken links, should be directed to the following collaborators.
We can receive materials to be included in this site in many ways. Check this link for more information.
Web Link: How to Submit Materials
The primary contacts for receiving new materials include the following collaborators.
This site is much more than a set of links. The site provides many pathways which can be followed for information. And, when possible, we have reviews of the materials to which we link.
The organization of the materials and assembly of the reviews is the responsibility of the following collaborators.
A list of the other participants in this project is found on this link.
Web Link: Participants
Please feel free to contact anyone - for any reason - if you are interested in the Open Science Network for Ethnobiology.
The Open Science Network in Ethnobiology is composed primarily of faculty members and students who are interested in sharing curriculum resources and strengthening the discipline of ethnobiology. We are all volunteers.
We welcome your participation.
In particular, we are interested in finding new resources that fit within our scope (see the Submissions section on the left). We also need people to review or collection of materials (see the Editorial Matters section on the left).
Please contact a member of the Core Group (listed on the left) and tell them of your interest in joining OSN as an active participant in any of the technical, submissions or editorial activities.