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  1. Feb 2020
    1. Rather, the question focuses on the curriculum and where in it we teach students the critical assessment tools needed to ascertain the validity of online information.

      If a large number of medical students are not fact-checking the online sources, I think that students taking a non-majors, general education course are less likely to evaluate the credibility of a source. I think that one of the goals of a non-majors science course is to develop skills in evaluating the accuracy of what they view and read on the Internet.

  2. Dec 2017
    1. The disconnect between college curricula and the job market has a banal explanation: Educators teach what they know—and most have as little firsthand knowledge of the modern workplace as I do

      So maybe it is important to incorporate as many case studies as possible in courses.

  3. Mar 2016
    1. Possibly the ITC could approach faculty who do not use our LMS and ask what they would want a LMS to do. Or maybe a different approach is to ask them what kind of learning activities they use in their classes, and then determine if the LMS would enhance those learning activities.

    2. If you have such faculty members on your campus, then you really need their input.

      Corey has experience with Blackboard. Bryce has used Canvas, but it may have been quite a few years ago, and features in Canvas may have changed.