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Bioscience Education

June 2007 Volume 9, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Use of Computer-Based Assessments in a Field Biology Module

    Glenn K. Baggott & Richard C. Rayne

    Formative computer-based assessments (CBAs) for self-instruction were introduced into a Year-2 field biology module. These CBAs were provided in "tutorial" mode where each question had context... More

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  2. Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Teaching Large Classes: Development and Evaluation of a Novel e-Resource in Cancer Biology

    Momna V. Hejmadi

    This paper describes the development and evaluation of a blended learning resource in the biosciences, created by combining online learning with formal face-face lectures and supported by formative... More

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  3. A Tool for Mapping Research Skills in Undergraduate Curricula

    Gillian A. Fraser, Anne C. Crook & Julian R. Park

    There has been considerable interest recently in the teaching of skills to undergraduate students. However, existing methods for collating data on how much, where and when students are taught and... More

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