Reciprocal elucidation: A student-led pedagogy in multidisciplinary undergraduate research conferences

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Walkington, H.; Hill, J.; Kneale, P.;
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There is no previous study of the benefits of attending a national multidisciplinary conference dedicated to undergraduate researchers, despite the growing number of such conferences internationally. This paper addresses the gap in knowledge of the learning gains from t... View more
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