Procedure effectiveness of videos in an educational setting. Organic

Procedure

1.    
The article entitled
“Qualitative and Quantitative Evaluation of Three Types of
Student-Generated Videos as Instructional Support in Organic Chemistry
Laboratories” a study was conducted by a research team to observe the
effectiveness of videos in an educational setting. Organic laboratory students
were separated into two groups; the control group which did not have to watch
the videos that had 60 students in it and the group that had to watch the
videos 59 students (Box et al. 166).

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These videos were made by students who understood the lab and the main goal was
to view if these videos were helping current students succeed in understanding
their lab. Another goal of this experiment was to see if the videos could build
students thinking skills and to interpret what they were hearing and seeing
from the video into their lab work (Box et
al. 166). To be able to compare both groups 
a questionnaire was given before and after the lab. This was to compare
the effectiveness of the videos between the group that watched it and the group
that didn’t. in conclusion, results highlighted that the videos were useful for
the students. Those who had access to the videos had more correct answers (Box et al. 167).

 

2.    
I chose the topic of food chemistry to
explore. My article is about cultivar.

Chalmers, Iain. “Role of Systematic Reviews in Detecting
Plagiarism: Case of Asim Kurjak.” BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), vol. 333,
no. 7568, BMJ Publishing Group, Sept. 2006, pp. 594–96,
doi:10.1136/bmj.38968.611296.F7.

The article  “Effects
of cultivar and harvesting conditions (age, season) on the texture and taste of
boiled cassava roots” tests the many factors that effect that cassava roots
tatste and bitterness. The main goal of this study is to test how the cassava
root is harvested and to see if that has any effect on it when it is boiled
(Frank 128). The study was conducting by harvesting casava roots at different
ages ( months)and different seasons (Frank 127). By doing so, it was found that
the month that the root was planted did not effect on the cassava. However, the
period that it was planted in had an inmpact on the cassava in that it was
mealier ( Frank 130).A panel of 15 consumers taste tested the cassava.To test
the quality of the cassava and to see the effects the cassaca were cut and
boiled, a puncture test was also used to determine the firmenss( Frank 130). It
was conlcuded that the dry season was the best season for harvesting cassava,
in order to achieve the desired taste and texture. ( Frank 131).

Analysis

1.    
 Box, Melinda C., Cathi, Dunnagan L.,
Hirsh, Lauren A. S., Cherry, Clinton R., Christianson, Kayla A., Gibson,
Radiance J., Wolfe, Michael I., Gallardo-Williams, Maria T. “Qualitative and Quantitative Evaluation of
Three Types of Student-Generated Videos as Instructional Support in Organic
Chemistry Laboratories.” Chemical Education. (2017): pp 165-170. WEB. 8
September 2017.

2.    
Figure
1 : Screenshot of article

    Citation
of screenshot

Franck H, Christian M, Noël A, et al. “Effects of cultivar and harvesting
conditions (age, season) on the texture and taste of boiled cassava roots”.

Food Chem. 126. 1 (2011):127-133. WEB https://www-sciencedirect-com.ezproxy.uky.edu/science/article/pii/S0308814610013506?via%3Dihub

 

3.    
Citation of plagiarized article

 Chalmers,
Iain. “Role of Systematic Reviews in Detecting Plagiarism: Case of Asim
Kurjak.” BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), vol. 333 (2006):pp. 594–96. WEB doi:10.1136/bmj.38968.611296.F7.

The article “Role of Systematic Reviews in Detecting Plagiarism:
Case of Asim Kurjak” accuses Asim
Kurjak and John Beazley of plagarized a paper that was publcished three years
earlier (Chalmers 594). Asim Kurjak is a professor at the
medical school of Zagreb nd he was the director of the world health
organization ( Chalmers 595). When the university of Zagreb found out about the
plagarism proffesor Asim Kurjak was suspended from the World Health
Organization for a year. Another accusation of plagarism from Kurjak was found
when he plagarised material “…from a Norwagian Phd thesis…” ( Chalmers 595). He
used that material and published it in a book. When the author of the book
found out the book was rebublsihed without Kurjak’s chapter (Chalmer 596).When the
university found out Kurjak and coauthors were suspended from the World Health
Organization for three more years. Professor Kurjak was also a member of the The
university of Zagreb has great respect for Asim Kurjak and claim that they
appreciate that he realized his mistake. ( Chalmers 596). The universities lack
of investigation of the journals causes plagirism within the authors and
coauthers of published articles. These situations highlight the suspision about
how trustworthy professor Asim Kirjak’s work is and how he will be viewed by
others in the medical field. The author claimed that to stop plagirism it would
be a good idea of the university to use those that are found quilty of
plagirims as an example. Which will rduce the number of plagirms at the
university of Zagreb. It was also decided that professor Asim Kurjak cannot be
apart of the Internatioal Society for Ultrasound in obsterics and Gynocology
(chalmers 596).

Citation of the
original work that was plagarised

Noble AD, Craft
Il, Bootes JA, et al. ” Continuous Lumbar
Opidural analgesia using bupivicaine a study of the fetus and newborn child.” 6
(1971):pp.559-63. 

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