Students learn better when they are actively engaged in course material. For the sciences, this translates into involving them in authentic research experiences. Research experiences for undergraduates in our research labs are a valuable opportunity for all concerned, but these spaces are limited. We may all acknowledge that providing research experiences for all our majors (and possibly non-majors) in science classes should be a goal, but large class sections and limited resources restrict access. This workshop will focus on incorporating authentic research experiences into biology classes, both large and small. Classroom examples and resources will be shared from faculty successfully employing these strategies in classrooms serving freshmen to seniors.
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