Students Publishing in New Media: Eight Hypotheses - a House of Cards?
Can science undergraduates learn effectively by activities that have them express science content in 'new media', the popular communication forms that increasingly impact on their lives? We describe here rationale, approaches to date, and a series of hypotheses to be tested in a project designed to develop the content knowledge and graduate attributes of science students via science communication. The project explores the educational value in fostering student publication on the web - a medium...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education (formerly CAL-laborate International)|
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