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New Partnerships: Engaging Undergraduates in Research through Technology

Tuesday, January 3, 2006

Abstract

This bulletin discusses how technology can serve as a catalyst for integrating faculty research into the undergraduate learning environment. It describes The Ohio State University's highly successful Research on Research: Student-Faculty ePartnerships program and includes recommendations for replicating the program on other campuses. The findings in this bulletin are based on project participants' postevaluation survey responses and testimonials collected over a two-year period.

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