Faculty-supporting webinars with a Curriculum Specialists, JoVE’s staff Ph.D.’s, who can help incorporate JoVE videos into any syllabus or lab training program.and create shareable playlists.
Syllabus mapping and customized playlists for teaching, research and training.
Teaching with Microsoft Teams https://www.jove.com/files/media/syllabus-mapping/Teaching%20with%20JoVE%20on%20Microsoft%20Teams.pdf
Want to create your own playlist? Here's how: https://www.jove.com/files/media/syllabus-mapping/How%20to%20Create%20a%20JoVE%20Playlist.pdf
Video textbooks for introductory courses that can serve as effective primary or supplementary teaching resources. Key concepts are brought to life through high-impact animations and scientist-in-action videos of experiments conducted in laboratory settings.
Publishing is simple. You submit your manuscript. If accepted by editorial and peer review, your article will be published. JoVE will then film a video of your technique if you are located within our Videographer Network. We have videographers located across 5 continents. Check here to see if we can film in your location. If you're outside the Videographer Network, you can produce and submit your own video.
For all details: https://www-jove-com.usmalibrary.idm.oclc.org/authors/publication
JoVE is indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, SciFinder and other scientific indexing services.
JoVE Webinars are scheduled on Thursdays at 9:30 AM EST
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G7AImLRPTBCSsSCoSUUEgw
Whether you are looking to integrate JoVE videos into your courses and online lab classes, looking for experiments to add to your repertoire, or thinking of publishing your own video article; this webinar is for you.
SPEAKER:Maaike Pols PhD, Scientific Advisor, email@example.com
Video encyclopedia of advanced research experiments combines animations visualizing theory and videos demonstrating techniques in real university laboratories.
Burpo, Losch. “A Salt-Templated Synthesis Method for Porous Platinum-Based Macrobeams and Macrotubes.” Journal of Visualized Experiments 159 (2020): n. pag. Web.