Lessons in Conservation

Lessons in Conservation is the official journal of the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP). Published electronically as volumes become available, Lessons in Conservation is designed to introduce NCEP teaching and learning resources (or "modules") to a broad audience, covering a variety of conservation topics which target undergraduate and professional level education.

All of NCEP's teaching and learning modules, including those presented here in Lessons in Conservation, are peer-reviewed and are available in modifiable form for teachers through NCEP's Module Collection.

  Lessons in Conservation: Volume 11 The latest volume of Lessons in Conservation explores systems thinking in conservation.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 10 Volume 10 explores the intersection of technology and conservation.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 9 A collection of four case studies and exercises developed by NCEP Conservation Teaching and Learning Studio participants.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 8 Materials designed to promote and evaluate the development of key skills in conservation students.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 7 Volume 7 examines the varying roles that stakeholders play in shaping their environment.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 6 Volume 6 showcases conservation challenges and solutions in Madagascar, and includes materials in French.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 5 Volume 5 explores one of the most fundamental topics in conservation and human well-being: water.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 4 Five case studies (four in Spanish) on conservation challenges and solutions in the Southern Tropical Andes.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 3 Volume 3 features more advanced topics: ecological consequences of extinction, species distribution modeling, and biodiversity conservation...   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 2 Topics center around adaptive management, protected areas, and reserve design.   Lessons in Conservation: Volume 1 Topics range from marine conservation biology to ecosystem loss and fragmentation to assessing threats.