September 13, 2017 by Alicia Roberts | firstname.lastname@example.org | 336.758.5237 Science educators at Wake Forest University are testing how automated feedback combined with new one-on-one teaching methods can improve scientific writing from STEM undergraduates – and result in better explanation of research to the public. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the research team…
BioBook to bring new generation of e-learning Wake Forest and Forsyth Tech work to bring novel e-learning tool to Biology 101 By WILL FERGUSON Office of Communications and External Relations BioBook is an electronic learning tool that offers content in an unconventional way. Unlike the thick and convoluted textbook of old, BioBook is accessible by…
Twins combine interest in science, art By KASHA PATEL (’12), INTERN Office of Communications and External Relations The Blackburn twins are playing an integral role in the ongoing development of BioBook, an interactive biology e-textbook designed to improve persistence and success in college-level science courses created by an interdisciplinary research team at Wake Forest. However,…
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