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JoVE: Using JoVE in your Classroom and Research Lab

Resources to Support Using JoVE in your Classroom and Research Lab

JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is a science video resource that includes a variety of resources for use in the classroom and in the lab. It has two components:

  1. Science Education Video Collection: Teaching-focused videos including concept animations, ‘scientist in action’ videos to see concepts applied, and lab manual videos that cover preparation procedures for common labs
  2. Video Journal: A peer-reviewed video methods journal, consisting of video demonstrations and detailed text protocols of new and standard methods in physical and life sciences. Students and researchers can see the details of experiments and concepts, in addition to text-based descriptions.

The following flow chart will walk you through the different components available in JoVE. 

Using JoVE with Canvas

Using JoVE as a Teaching Tool

Mapping JoVE Videos to Your Course

JoVE offers course mapping services to map JoVE videos to your syllabus for you, saving you time searching through their video collections. To see which courses currently have syllabi mapped, click here. New syllabi are regularly being added!

A selection of currently available syllabi include: Introduction to Biology, Biological Psychology, Cell Biology, Coronavirus Biology, Foundations of Medicine, General Chemistry I and II, Genetics, Fundamentals of Nursing Care, Introductory Anatomy & Physiology, Mechanical Engineering: Fracture & Fatigue, Neurobiology, and Principles of Human Physiology. 

For customized syllabus mapping or support utilizing their videos, please reach out to JoVE's designated Curriculum Specialist, Omkar Salokhe, at or submit a request at this form.