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Plant Pathology

Department of Plant Pathology


Online Resources

Online resources available online

Presentation and Teaching

These are good resources from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs on
"Designing Powerpoint Slides for Scientific Presentations" includes excellent tips for conveying scientific info

Research Commons

Many online webinars scheduled for this summer

June 1-4, 2020 - Increasing the Visibility of Your Research (Online Workshop)

This online workshop will present strategies and outlets for making your research more visible, including open access, scholarly profiles, social media, and The Conversation. Each day during June 01 – 04, 2020, participants will receive an email with links to one or more topics related to visibility.  Work at your own pace.

Programming, Data analytics, professional development

A lot of programming, data analytics, video, Photoshop and related online tutorials are available through (formerly Faculty/staff can request access through OSU IT
Students (and all Ohioans) can gain access through the public library system

Data Visualization (IT@OSU)

Data Analytics (IT@OSU)

American Phytopathological Society Webinar Series

Plant Health Management webcasts

Plant Disease Epidemiology – PLNTPTH 7003 course materials online

OSU UITL Teaching Training

Professional development series for teaching, open to graduate students, faculty and instructors.  Some of the resources are online. If you want to complete a Teaching Endorsement series, you can apply for an “endorsement” that certifies completion in a specific area.  Grad students can apply to have the endorsement added to your transcript. > University Institute for Teaching and Learning

Note > the Teaching Information Literacy endorsement is all online

OSU Extension Webinars "Ag Madness"

64 webinars were presented in all areas of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Buckeye Biography: 150 Years of Ohio State online course

Fun and informative look at Ohio State's history to coincide with the 150th anniversity of the university

Plantae - plant biology

Webinars and Podcasts in the area of Plant Biology (American Society for Plant Biology) > 


The following library guide is also available to assist you as you work from home:

Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Library staff are virtually available to help with your research questions:

Columbus: Florian Diekmann, and Sara Chan,

Wooster: Gwen Short, and Laura Miller,