Resources

This initiative compiles materials that help STEM education leaders create improvements in their classrooms, transform institutions, and advance research.
Review our staff picks for timely resources related to pressing issues or use the search and categorization features to browse research, reports, and other materials.

Staff Picks

  • Tomorrow’s Professor: Online Faculty Development

    Tomorrow's Professor features over 1800 posts dedicated to all areas of higher education, especially preparing for academic careers in science and engineering.

  • How a Virtual Internship Model Promotes Experiential STEM Learning

    Since 2017, the research team at Northeastern University has been developing a virtual internship and team project model. The original focus of these efforts w…

  • How the Abrupt Shift Online Led to a Permanent Shift in Course Design

    COVID disrupted and, in some cases, devastated students’ ability to learn from traditional courses that are designed for synchronous classroom instruction. Wit…

results in Learning Technologies.
  • Suddenly Online: A National Survey of Undergraduates During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Suddenly Online: A National Survey of Undergraduates During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This report shares results from Digital Promise’s national, random-sample su…

  • Current Innovations in STEM Education and Equity Needs for the Future

    This paper was commissioned for the Symposium on Imagining the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education. The Symposium was convened virtually by the Board on Sci…

  • 2019 Trends Report: Trends and Predictions that will define STEM in 2020

    All year long, we listen, collect information, and connect the dots. For the third year in a row, we’re taking a step back to reflect on what we’ve seen and sh…

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AAAS-IUSE is looking for resources that will help principal investigators, faculty and other education leaders improve undergraduate STEM education. If there is a type of resource you would like to see more of, or a specific resource you would like to recommend, please reach out below.