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English: Reproductive Biology Honours students at the University of Edinburgh researched, synthesised and developed eight new Wikipedia articles of previously unpublished medical terms. Integrating Wikipedia into coursework allows students and staff to explore the affordances of virtual (online) spaces for public engagement whilst building upon digital literacies training and application. Simultaneously, students develop skills for academic outcomes and life-long learning, whilst demonstrating online, collaborative writing and science communication.
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