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Forensic Firsts

Forensic Firsts | technologies |
It's harder and harder to get away with murder. Today, detectives are convicting more criminals than ever before, thanks to forensic science. Fingerprints, bones, even insects are now forms of indisputable evidence, but that wasn't always the case.


Forensic Firsts...

- examines (sometimes in gruesome detail) how science can be used to solve crime mysteries;

- game asks players to try to catch a serial murderer on the loose. The murderer can be caught by generating leads, correctly following up on leads, and correctly analyzing evidence.

- could be a good activity for learners studying criminal justice and orsimilar courses.

Taylah Mancey's curator insight, March 24, 2016 2:34 AM

This tv show is what interests me, i enjoy watching these and seeing how science has solved cases.

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CSI: The Experience - Web Adventures

CSI: The Experience - Web Adventures | technologies |

Although CSI Web adventures are based on the CBS TV show CSI: Crime Scene, these resources allow learners to experience several different types of forensic analysis.


CSI Web adventures also provides links for practitioners, and their learners, of forensic science. These include...
- General Forensics
-DNA (Forensic Biology)
-Firearms and Tool Marks Examination
-Digital Forensics
-Forensic Anthropology
-Forensic Pathology
-Forensic Art
-Fingerprints and
-Other Forensic Games

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