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Engaging students through online video homework assignments: A case study in a large‐enrollment ecology and evolution course.

Subjects: *INTERNET videos; *STUDENT attitudes; *HOMEWORK

  • Source: Ecology & Evolution (20457758). Jun2021, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p5777-5789. 13p.

  • Abstract: Online educational videos have the potential to enhance undergraduate biology learning, for example by showcasing contemporary scientific research and providing content coverage. Here, we describe ... Copyright of Ecology & Evolution (20457758) is the property of Wiley-Blackwell and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to ...

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First-Year Seminars as a Venue for Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences: A Preliminary Report

Subjects: First Year Seminars; Student Research; College FreshmenCalifornia

  • Source: Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, v45 n2 p3-12 Aug 2019. 10 pp.

  • Abstract: Hands-on research provides insight into the process of science and has been linked to increased retention of students in STEM disciplines. While large research universities ... As Provided

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Hybrid Thematic Analysis Reveals Themes for Assessing Student Understanding of Biotechnology

Subjects: Scientific Literacy; Knowledge Level; Scientific Concepts

  • Source: Journal of Biological Education, v52 n3 p271-282 2018. 12 pp.

  • Abstract: Despite efforts to increase teaching of biotechnology worldwide, there are concerns that public literacy of genetic technologies remains insufficient. Improved education strategies are expected to ... As Provided

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