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A collection of recorded talks put together by the non-profit TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design). The videos are all under 18 minutes and feature intelligent people from all disciplines talking about interesting things. Check out the section on science.
Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 160 years. The leading source and authority for science, technology information and policy for a general audience.
The online home of the Popular Science Magazine. The magazine publishes articles about new Science and Technology for a general audience.
National Geographic provides free maps, photos, videos and daily news stories, as well as articles and features about animals, the environment, cultures, and science.
The Economist's primary focus is world news, politics and business, but it also runs regular sections on science and technology as well as books and the arts.
Erudito is a peer-reviewed undergraduate journal of interdisciplinary education started by students here at McMaster. Erudito is published online, with a limited number of print copies being produced as well.
A New Approach to Science Education for the 21st Century
An article about iSci published by iSci Science Fluencies Librarian Andrew Colgoni and program director Carolyn Eyles.
iSci class pushes the frontiers at Mac
An article from the Hamilton Spectator about iSci published just before the program was started in 2009.
Out with the lecture!
A Maclean's magazine article that discusses the importance of non-lecture-based methods of teaching in a university setting.
Teaching Interdisciplinary Science and Fostering Interdisciplinary Research
An article in ASBMB Today discusses the importance of interdisciplinary science programs like iSci. The article is on page 21-22 of the pdf. ASBMB Today is a monthly publication distributed to all members of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Why Not Try a Scientific Approach to Science Education?
A longer article about some flaws in traditional science teaching methods as well as ways these methods can be improved. The author, Carl Weiman is a Nobel prize winning physicist interested in changing the way science is taught to students at the undergraduate level.
The iSci program plays host to McMaster Shad Valley students through workshops during the summer. iSci instructor Chad Harvey is also co-director of the McMaster Shad Valley program.
Discover Canadian science and treasures.
Integrated Science at McMaster
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iSci Symposium 'Synthesis'
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