The Biomedical Libraries has arranged for a trial of the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). This trial will last until June 7, 2017.
We would very much appreciate having your feedback on this resource. Is it useful as an educational tool? Would it be helpful to your research? Please email Ashley Duguay (at Ashley.M.Duguay@Dartmouth.edu) with your thoughts, observations, and questions.
JoVE publishes high quality, highly engaging scientific video demonstrations – designed for scientists and researchers – offers a Science Education video database – designed for faculty and students. Through these video demonstrations, users at subscribed institutions obtain:
- Increased productivity and reproducibility
- Quicker comprehension of scientific concepts and experimental methods
- Expanded research dissemination
- Savings for laboratory budgets and schedules
- Increased speed of learning in laboratory and classroom environments
- Consistent growth in student success, learning outcomes, and STEM retention
With a constantly growing JoVE library of video resources from leading research laboratories around the world, scientists, educators, and students in different fields of study can find invaluable access to experimental methods and ideas that will propel their own discoveries in the years ahead.