Academics' perceptions of the purpose of undergraduate research experiences in a research-intensive degree
The inclusion of research experiences as core components of undergraduate curricula implies that students will be exposed to and situated within the research activities of their university. Such experiences thus provide a new prism through which to view the relations between teaching, research and learning. The intentions and actions of academics supervising these activities will be strongly influenced by their beliefs regarding the nature of research, and the relation between research and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Studies in Higher Education|
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