A message from the Ecological Society of America–I know a lot of folks have lovely images on their blogs, and thought they might consider contributing.

Do you have digital images – including photos, figures, or tables – that have potential value for undergraduate ecology courses?   If so, you can publish those images through EcoEd, which is the Ecological Society of America’s online library of free digital resources for teaching undergraduate ecology.  All images will be peer reviewed for scientific accuracy and pedagogical value.

Extended deadline for image submissions: 5 September 2008.

Accepted images will be made available through the EcoEd website. Images will be searchable through EcoEd and a larger biology library, the Bioscience Education Network (BEN).

EcoEd DL is managed by the ESA’s Education and Diversity Programs Office and is advised by a committee of ESA members.   It is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

For more information about the submission process, visit http://www.ecoed.net/pages/submit or contact [emails removed]….Opportunities also exist for individuals to serve as reviewers.

Posted by Gwen Pearson

Writer. Nerd. Insect Evangelist. Have you heard the good news? BUGS!