High-frequency and long-term data in undergrad classes – a new paper in Ecosphere

Led by Jen Klug (Fairfield Univeristy), I am a co-author on a new paper along with Cayelan Carey (Virginia Tech), Rebekka Darner Gougis (Illinois State University) titled: “Analysis of high-frequency and long-term data in undergradate ecology classes improves quantitative literacy.” This paper can be found here in the journal Ecosphere.

The paper is the result of a National Science Foundation sponsored project – Project EDDIE – designed to enhance quantitative learning in the undergraduate classroom. In this study, we focused on undergraduate limnology classes and found that teaching with real-time, high frequency and long-term data sets in our labs increases undergraduates’ quantitative literacy.


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