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Bioscience Education

December 2007 Volume 10, Number

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Podcasting Is Dead. Long Live Video!

    Alan J. Cann

    Podcasting (an automatic mechanism whereby multimedia computer files are transferred from a server to a client, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/podcast) is becoming increasingly popular in education.... More

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  2. Realising e-Learning Matters in a Bioscience Cohort

    Damian Parry, Carl Larsen, Simon Marwood & Cathy Walsh

    The use of blended learning, face-to-face contact alongside e-based activities, provides academic staff with an opportunity to match their teaching strategies with the changing student cohort. This... More

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  3. The Quantitative Effect of Students Using Podcasts in a First Year Undergraduate Exercise Physiology Module

    Grant Abt & Tim Barry

    This study reports the quantitative effect of students using podcasts in a 1st year undergraduate exercise physiology module. From a cohort of 70 students, 50 volunteered and completed the study.... More

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  4. The Effectiveness of Lecture-Integrated, Web-Supported Case Studies in Large Group Teaching

    May Azzawi & Maureen M. Dawson

    The effectiveness of lecture-integrated and web-supported case studies in supporting a large and academically diverse group of undergraduate students was evaluated in the present study. Case... More

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  5. Experience(s) in Creating Distance Learning Texts

    Peter A. Todd

    A combination of factors including longer working hours, emphasis on professional development, and increased access to the Internet have fuelled the current high demand for distance learning... More

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  6. Use of PharmaCALogy Software in a PBL Programme to Teach Nurse Prescribing

    Iain P. L. Coleman & Adam S. Watts

    Pharmacology is taught on a dedicated module for nurse prescribers who have a limited physical science background. To facilitate learning a problem-based approach was adopted. However, to enhance... More

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