Library (St. Olaf)
Journal of College Science Teaching
National Science Teachers Association
Librarians instruct students where to find information, but rarely demonstrate its management, while faculty have difficulty incorporating real-time laboratory experience with library research. This paper focuses on the development of a hands-on biology laboratory experiment in an introductory course that integrates bibliographic software into the lab. The pedagogical and technical issues involved are discussed.
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Priore, Charles, and John Giannini. 2006. "Integrating Bibliographic Software, Database Searching, and Molecular Modeling in an Introductory Biology Course." Journal of College Science Teaching 36, (5): 21-23. Accessed via Staff and Faculty Work. Library. Carleton Digital Commons https://digitalcommons.carleton.edu/libr_staff_faculty/2