For educators using KBase in their curriculum — Join to access community-developed resources for teaching with KBase, supportive documentation, and best practices.
Resources — for educators, by educators
The KBase Educators Community stemmed from instructors looking to create and share teaching resources for using the KBase platform with their students. Together, the community developed modular workflows to provide their students with research-based experiences around bioinformatics and systems biology using KBase that connect to biological concepts.
Learn how to get started and join the KBase Educators Community.
A how-to guide on best practices to use and contribute resources to the KBase Educators Org. This is a living document that updates regularly with community input.
Find shareable, reproducible student workflows for teaching – from genomes to microbial metabolism – that are broken down into modules for labs and class periods and supporting resources for using the Narrative.
View webinars and tutorials on the KBase for Educators program.
Bioinformatic Teaching Resources – For Educators, by Educators – Using KBase, a Free, User-Friendly, Open Source Platform
Dow EG, Wood-Charlson EM, Biller SJ, Paustian T, Schirmer A, Sheik CS, Whitham JM, Krebs R, Goller CC, Allen B, Crockett Z and Arkin AP (2021) Front. Educ. 6:711535. doi: 10.3389/feduc.2021.711535; Static Narrative: https://kbase.us/n/90997/63/
Educator Spotlight: Working Groups
Meet a few of our community members and view one of their contributed resources.
Aaron Schirmer, Northeastern Illinois University
Steve Biller, Wellesly College
Jon Benskin, Boca Raton Community High School
Read about community Working Groups and the process of developing resources for working with students in KBase.