This poster provides a case study integrating ethical reasoning and debate into an undergraduate Health Sciences course on drugs uses, effects, and policies. The course instructor, Health Sciences and Nursing Librarian, and JMU Debate Team coaches collaborated on building the tiered assignment of annotated bibliographies and classroom student debates. The results document pre and post surveys of student opinions regarding each of the debate topics, providing insight on how opinions changed through the course of this assignment.
It's Debatable: Tracking Changes in Student Opinions on Drug Policies after Classroom DebateLibraries
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Citation InformationHowley, E., Schubert, C. & Sapp, L. (2014, October 20). It's Debatable: Tracking Changes in Student Opinions on Drug Policies after Classroom Debate. Presentation completed at the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, Alexandria, VA.