Study Confirms Persistence of Diversity Problems in Academic Medicine

January 30, 2009

A survey study believed to be one of the first efforts to put hard numbers around long-held beliefs about diversity in medical school faculties has affirmed that awareness and sensitivity to racial and ethnic diversity are believed by most faculty to be poor and even poorer among faculty who are members of underrepresented minorities. Share [...]

Are Online Classes Easier Than Traditional Classes?

January 9, 2009

This is one of the most common misconceptions about online learning. Too many students take online classes because they think they might be easier. In fact, almost every term, several students in my class comment that they are “surprised” at the difficulty level of their online classes. Share and Enjoy:FacebookTwitterGoogle BookmarksemailPrintPDFStumbleUpondel.icio.usYahoo! BuzzPing.fmRedditDiggLiveLinkedInMySpaceTechnoratiRSS