JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is a database of science videos for research, teaching and bringing to life cutting-edge experiments.  With thousands of peer reviewed video research articles and resources published across science disciplines, the JoVE video library provides clear and detailed illustrations of a vast range of scientific techniques and concepts. 

Using JoVE supports asynchronous and blended learning and saves time by allowing students to review research methods prior to being in the lab. Check out this study which shows how watching JoVE video tutorials prior to lab classes can positively impact student comprehension and performance: Investigating the effectiveness of using application-based science education videos in a general chemistry lecture course. 

The Library has recently upgraded to the following JoVE modules: 

Want more science teaching and research resources? Explore our other science and technology databases in our library guides. If you’d like any further information on how to use JoVE or any of our databases, please don’t hesitate to contact the Library. 

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