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Bioscience Education

December 2010 Volume 16, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Text Messaging for Student Communication and Voting

    Stephen McClean, Paul Hagan & Jason Morgan

    Text messaging has gained widespread popularity in higher education as a communication tool and as a means of engaging students in the learning process. In this study we report on the use of text... More

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  2. Podcasts and Mobile Assessment Enhance Student Learning Experience and Academic Performance

    Neil P. Morris

    The aim of this study was to combine podcasts of lectures with mobile assessments (completed via SMS on mobile telephones) to assess the effect on examination performance. Students (n = 100) on a... More

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  3. Students Turned Off by Turnitin? Perception of Plagiarism and Collusion by Undergraduate Bioscience Students

    Andrew Thompsett & Jatinder Ahluwalia

    Research on undergraduate bioscience students and the incidence of plagiarism is still in its infancy and a key problem arises in gauging the perception of undergraduate students on plagiarism and ... More

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