Teaching During a Pandemic

Teaching During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life complicated for everyone. In the space of a few short weeks, it fundamentally changed the way people live and work. Few industries were hit as hard as education, which has always been a predominantly face-to-face experience.  When over 200 U.S. colleges and universities closed due to the pandemic, educators…

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5 Tips for Setting up an Online Course Quickly

5 Tips for Setting up an Online Course Quickly

Across the nation, educators must face the extraordinary challenge of rapidly moving traditional in-person classes to an online environment. A top-notch online program can take months to develop. However, for many colleges and universities, there’s no longer time to spare in setting up an online course environment. The current public health crisis has forced schools…

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Building Effective Human Anatomy Courses Online

Building Effective Human Anatomy Courses Online

An understanding of human anatomy and physiology is vital for any student wishing to study health science. Human anatomy courses teach students how the body works structurally, chemically, and hormonally. They are the building block of health science education. If students don’t understand these basics, they won’t understand their other classes.  Human anatomy students want…

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Concerned about Academic Dishonesty? </br> Learn How Online Proctoring Works & How It Can Help

Concerned about Academic Dishonesty?
Learn How Online Proctoring Works & How It Can Help

According to a recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics, more than one-third of students registered in post-secondary classes at American colleges and universities are enrolled in distance learning. As more adults are pursuing new career paths and recent high school graduates seek more flexible learning environments, that number is expected to grow.…

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Solving the A&P Attrition Problem: </br>A New Approach to Anatomy & Physiology

Solving the A&P Attrition Problem:
A New Approach to Anatomy & Physiology

There’s no denying that Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) is a challenging course. Even the most dedicated students can find the lecture and labs overtaxing. It’s not surprising that many struggle, and many don’t make it through. In fact, a new report from the Human Anatomy & Physiology Society found that nationwide, A&P attrition rates are…

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