Biology departments and researchers produce a wide variety of content, not just articles but also lab and technical reports, images, journals and newsletters, even books. Featured here are some examples of the types of work that may be being produced by biologists on your campus that may benefit from being showcased in your repository.Biology Weebinar
These freely available, rare books span the 18th through the early twentieth century.
Faculty and Student Research
This series includes publications and presentations produced by the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University. Records include a reference to the original place of publication.
Featuring customized metadata, series banner, and introductory text, these biology publications are collected back to 1994.
The ETDs in this series are collected together using the auto-collect feature and include appropriate metadata such as advisory committee and degree name. While most of the content is open access, some are embargoed.
In addition to including standard metadata fields, the article pages in this series also have a "post a comment" widget implemented.
Founded in 1929, Human Biology is an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on research to increase understanding of human biological variation. Among the topics considered by the journal are anthropological, quantitative, evolutionary, and population genetics and genomics; ancient DNA studies and paleogenomics; demography and genetic epidemiology; and ethical and social implications of human genetic and genomic research.
Lab Report Collections
These lab collections include journal articles and other publications being produced by the many labs at UMass Medical School. Where appropriate, they additionally provide links to the article in PubMed.
These newsletters use a book gallery to display an image of each newsletter and include a table of contents in the description field.
An image gallery of different tick types, this collection uses customized metadata as well as geo-location to provide information about each subject.
This image gallery features photographs taken by students in biology at the University of New England as part of an annual competition. The pan/zoom feature allows viewers to get a closer look at these fascinating subjects.
Technical Report Series
While many of these technical reports are uploaded to ScholarWorks@GVSU, some are also collected in from SelectedWorks pages.
The purpose of this collection is to serve as a central location for the compilation of research, results and data that have been completed on the North Coast, much of which is gray literature.