Complexity Explorer, an online education resource for complex systems science teachers and learners, is asking for your help. Here’s what you can do.
Visitors and registered members alike are encouraged to help keep the site’s content up to date by submitting new terms and definitions to the complexity glossary, links to online resources relevant to complexity studies, or links to courses relevant to complexity studies in course syllabi -- all of which can be found in the explore tab of the interface.
“This lets people know how they can help us out by submitting content, volunteering to subtitle videos, etcetera,” says SFI External Professor Melanie Mitchell, who is coordinator for the Complexity Explorer, an SFI project supported by the John Templeton Foundation and user donations.
Mitchell says Complexity Explorer is intended for all levels of teachers and learners interested in complexity, including academics, graduate and undergraduate students, professionals, members of the public, and high school and middle school students.
Visit the Complexity Explorer's Get Involved page for more information about how you can help.