The ALURE of Massified Undergraduate Research

Rowland, Susan, Green, Matthew, Lawrie, Gwendolyn, Myatt, Paula, Pedwell, Rhianna, Wang, Jack, Worthy, Peter and Zimbardi, Kirsten (2014) The ALURE of Massified Undergraduate Research. Australian Biochemist, 45 3: 15-19.

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Author Rowland, Susan
Green, Matthew
Lawrie, Gwendolyn
Myatt, Paula
Pedwell, Rhianna
Wang, Jack
Worthy, Peter
Zimbardi, Kirsten
Title The ALURE of Massified Undergraduate Research
Journal name Australian Biochemist
Publication date 2014-12-01
Year available 2014
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
Volume 45
Issue 3
Start page 15
End page 19
Total pages 5
Place of publication Kent Town, SA Australia
Publisher ASBMB
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Undergraduate research experiences have enormous benefits for our students, but the numbers of students who participate are tiny. Over the past two years our team has been working with the Australian Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) to increase the numbers of Australian undergraduate students engaging in scientific research. We call our communal effort ‘ The ALURE Project’. ALURE stands for Authentic Large-scale Undergraduate Research Experience. In this article we report on our progress and discuss some of our findings as we work with ALURE implementers across Australia.
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