Supplementary Teaching Materials for Fish, Fishing, and Conservation

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These supplementary teaching resources align to the open textbook, Fish, Fishing, and Conservation which is a 389-page, peer-reviewed publicly-available, openly-licensed textbook intended for undergraduate students who are exploring majors in Fish & Wildlife. It is also relevant to a general audience or for use in courses which explore social and ethical aspects of fish, fishing and conservation.

The open textbook, Fish, Fishing, and Conservation, is freely available at https://doi.org/10.21061/fishandconservation.

Supplementary teaching resources include a sample course syllabus, schedule, and a variety of assignments.

Individuals who wish to share their materials relevant to teaching in this subject area are encouraged to join and share their openly-licensed resources via the Fish, Fishing, and Conservation instructor group in OER Commons.

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fish, fishing, conservation, environmental conservation
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