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Students created storybooks to help teach the scientific findings of published research on tropical coral reef lionfish to children age three to seven. The storybooks were developed during Spring 2017 by Art & Design undergraduate students enrolled in a collaborative course with Marine Science and Psychology students. The storybook project was brought to fruition by Professors Danielle Dixson (Marine Science), Martha Carothers (Art & Design), and Agnes Ly (Psychology). Grant funding was provided by the University of Delaware Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning and individual departments.
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