Tag Archives: Educational User Experience

Vet Tech Students Unleash Their Creative Sides

Veterinary technology students taking pharmacology at Globe University-Appleton this quarter were put to a creative challenge. In order to better understand vaccines, instructor Amy Plach gave them a unique assignment. “The assignment was that each student needed to create a video on their topic that could be used to educate clients about their specific vaccine,”
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Endless Opportunities: Globe University’s iPad® Initiative Ignites Faculty

Technology based learning is a strong element of Globe University’s latest initiative called education user experience. Recently, Globe University-Madison West instructors, with their brand new iPad® in hand, traveled to Wausau, Wis., to participate in an in-service training. Though they all learned the basics of using an iPad, they left with endless ideas and opportunities. Erica
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Transformation in Progress: iPad® Debuts on Campus

Over the last two weeks, Globe University-Green Bay faculty members have unwrapped their iPad® tablets and begun learning how to use them in their classes. Education User Experience, which incorporates embracing technology in the classroom, cost savings by using e-books, and developments to enrich our students’ learning experience. Within the next six weeks, all students at Globe University-Green Bay
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iPad in the Classroom: 10 Reasons to be Excited

Say goodbye to your weighed down backpack full of textbooks and hello to the lightweight Apple iPad®. Globe University and Minnesota School of Business (GU/MSB) are proud to announce that students will now use electronic textbooks and other online resources on the iPad in place of traditional bulky texts. The university is phasing in the iPad at the Globe
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Going One-on-One with New Students Offers Warm Welcome

Globe University-Woodbury welcomed more than 100 new students (listed below) for the summer 2013 quarter by hosting a New Student Orientation last week. This was no ordinary orientation for the new students—the campus decided to restructure the orientation to give the new students more one-on-one attention with each department. Previously, students would sit in a
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