Using Student-Made Posters To Annotate a Laser Teaching Laboratory
Journal of Chemical Education
Students in an advanced topics course on lasers designed posters with the goal of creating an educational laboratory space that supports teaching, learning, and outreach to the campus and community. The process of "annotating" our laser laboratory with posters was accomplished by five students and one instrument technician on a small budget of ca. $500. Employing posters as a method of peer-led teaching and as a way to create a user-friendly space represents an extension of previously published uses for posters in undergraduate education and thus provides an important addition to the existing education literature.
Samet, Cindy. "Using Student-Made Posters To Annotate a Laser Teaching Laboratory." Journal of Chemical Education 93, no. 5 (2016): 975-977.
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