Watch and Learn! The Journal of Video Experiments (JoVE) gives students the opportunity to see how cutting-edge research is done. It launched in 2007 with the goal of advancing scientific research by increasing both the transparency and reproducibility of scientific experiments. JoVE offers full-text articles with high quality peer-reviewed video demonstrations of scientific experiments and laboratory techniques, which are embeddable and easily citable. Each JoVE article includes an abstract, introduction, video link, protocol, discussion, references section, and more. It has a simple search interface and its articles are indexed in both PubMed and SciFinder. JoVE is more than a video journal, it’s a learning tool for pre-class preparation or post-class review, for creating flipped classroom instruction, and for engaging diverse learners with hearing impairment or who require different pacing than their peers. Watch and learn as you explore the Journal of Visualized Experiments today!
Journal of Video Experiments. (2017). JoVE Video Journal Banner. [Infographic]. Retrieved from https://www.jove.com/librarians/resources/
“JoVE.” JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols, 6 Feb. 2018, www.jove.com/