Members of the UC Davis and UC Davis Health communities have free access to library-licensed materials including JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), a peer-reviewed scientific video journal that publishes methods articles accompanied by videos of experiments. JoVE is a great resource for students, clinicians and instructors, and recently added new content and services:
JoVE’s new Encyclopedia of Experiments offers an online video encyclopedia of experiments for biology and cancer research. JoVE also covers numerous lab techniques for translational research and biotechnology.
Disciplines covered include: behavior, biochemistry, bioengineering, biology, cancer research, chemistry, developmental biology, engineering, environment, genetics, immunology and infection, medicine, and neuroscience.
For educators, JoVE now has a dedicated consultant for UC Davis who will map JoVE videos to your course syllabus, including helping make them accessible through your learning management system. To ask about this service, contact email@example.com.
JoVE education content includes biology, molecular biology, chemistry, environmental sciences, physics, engineering, psychology, and clinical skills (e.g., physical exam, nursing skills, emergency medicine and critical care, coronavirus procedures).
Here are a few helpful links to start using JoVE (connect from on-campus or using VPN from off-campus):
- JoVE playlists: Lists of videos mapped to various courses and lab training programs.
- Faculty Resource Center: Useful guides for teaching or training with JoVE.