Choosing Primary Literature in Biology to Achieve Specific Educational Goals: Some Guidelines for Identifying the Strengths and Weaknesses of Prospective Research Articlesby: Susan Bandoni Muench

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The author, a professor at SUNY Geneseo, reports on her experiences using primary literature as the major focus of a seminar on evolutionary biology. Having discovered that the choice of articles can be the key to student understanding of scientific reasoning, this article lists a set of criteria for selecting papers to use with undergraduates.

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  • College
Publication Date
2/1/2000

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