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Episode 15 – Ellen Fanning on Undergraduate Journal Clubs

Posted by on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 in Podcast.

Ellen Fanning

In this episode, we feature an interview with Ellen Fanning, professor of biological sciences. In the interview, Ellen describes her methods of helping undergraduate biology students learn to read scientific literature, develop scientific reasoning skills, and gain an interest in science that lasts beyond their coursework. Ellen uses a journal club format that she has adapted from the one typically used with graduate students and post-docs to help them explore current literature in the biological sciences.

Episode 15 – Ellen Fanning on Undergraduate Journal Clubs

[MP3, 22 min 11 sec]

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