JoVE Videos: Science Education
A video library dedicated to teaching the practice and theory of scientific experiments through engaging and easy-to-understand visual demonstrations
The UJ Library has a subscription to the following JoVE Science Education instructional Videos relevant to the Biochemistry Teaching & Learning needs:
JoVE SCIENCE EDUCATION: BASIC BIOLOGY: General Lab Techniques; Basic Method in Cellular & Molecular Biology; Biology 1; Biology 2; Lab Animal Research; Lab Safety
JoVE SCIENCE EDUCATION: ADVANCED BIOLOGY: Developmental Biology; Genetics; Cell Biology
JoVE SCIENCE EDUCATION: CHEMISTRY: Biochemistry, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry 1 & 2; Analytical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
This collection provides safety guidelines to be followed when working with hazardous materials and equipment. It covers universal topics such as PPE, electrical safety, and general emergency guidelines, as well as some specific safety procedures for chemistry and biology laboratories.
JoVE videos on General Laboratory Techniques
This collection exhibits how to use standard pieces of laboratory equipment essential in many experiments
JoVE Videos: Science Education - Core Biology
JoVE Core series brings biology to life through over 300 concise and easy-to-understand animated video lessons that explain key concepts in biology, plus more than 150 scientist-in-action videos that show actual research experiments conducted in today’s laboratories
JoVE - Science Education - Core Molecular Biology
JoVE Core Molecular Biology showcases the molecular processes of the cell through clear and concise animated video lessons. Additionally, in scientist-in-action videos, these concepts' application is demonstrated through real experiments in modern laboratories.
JoVE Video: The Scientific Method (Student Protocol)
The scientific method is a detailed, empirical, problem-solving process leveraged by biologists and scientists of other disciplines. This iterative approach involves formulating a question based on observation, developing a testable potential explanation for the observation (called a hypothesis), making and testing predictions based on the hypothesis, and using the findings to create new hypotheses and predictions.