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Journal of College Science Teaching

May 2008 Volume 37, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Pedagogical Issues in Teaching Upper-Level Science Courses at a "Community University"

    Charles E. Deutch, Peter W. Jurutka & Pamela A. Marshall

    The authors teach upper-level science courses in cell biology, genetics, and biochemistry at a public, four-year "community university" that serves a demographically diverse population of... More

    pp. 23-29

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  2. Development of a Laboratory Course in Nonmajors General Biology for Distance Education

    James E. Mickle & Patricia M. Aune

    For distance-education students, the requirement for a laboratory course can present a significant hurdle to completing degree requirements. To better serve these nontraditional students, the... More

    pp. 35-39

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  3. Promoting Rapid Learning in the Histology Laboratory by Integrating Technology

    Vonnie Shields

    This paper describes the results of incorporating technology in the histology laboratory by using high-resolution video-imaging equipment (VIE). The study sought to determine if (1) the VIE would... More

    pp. 68-73

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