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Poetry as a Creative Practice to Enhance Engagement and Learning in Conservation Science / Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley, Natalie Sopinka, Bethann G Merkle, Christina Lux, Anna Zivian, Patrick Goff, Samantha Oester

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DOI (Published version): 10.1093/biosci/biy105

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Creativity is crucial to the capacity to do science well, to communicate it in compelling ways, and to enhance learning. Creativity can be both practiced and enhanced to strengthen conservation science professionals’ efforts to address global environmental challenges. We explore how poetry is one cr...

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ISSN: 0006-3568 1525-3244
Published: 2018
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