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Move over Millennials, iGen is here.

Currently, the majority of students, residents and early career clinicians in healthcare belong to the Millennial generation (born 1980-1994). Millennials are about to be surpassed by iGen (born 1994 – 2012) who comprise 32% of the global population and are poised to begin entering graduate level education. Educators must be mindful of this emerging generation…

Teenager people having fun using smartphones

Move over Millennials, iGen is here.

Currently, the majority of students, residents and early career clinicians in healthcare belong to the Millennial generation (born 1980-1994). Millennials are about to be surpassed by iGen (born 1994 – 2012) who comprise 32% of the global population and are poised to begin entering graduate level education. Educators must be mindful of this emerging generation…

Teenager people having fun using smartphones

Move over Millennials, iGen is here.

Currently, the majority of students, residents and early career clinicians in healthcare belong to the Millennial generation (born 1980-1994). Millennials are about to be surpassed by iGen (born 1994 – 2012) who comprise 32% of the global population and are poised to begin entering graduate level education. Educators must be mindful of this emerging generation…

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Using Notability in the Classroom

Combine handwriting, photos and typing in a single note to bring your projects to life. The Notability app creates notes that integrate handwriting, typing, drawings, audio, and pictures. Dr. Fanglong Dong from the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences, and CETL Fellow, will share how he uses the Notability app in his biostatistics course.  Come learn…

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Using Notability in the Classroom

Combine handwriting, photos and typing in a single note to bring your projects to life. The Notability app creates notes that integrate handwriting, typing, drawings, audio, and pictures. Dr. Fanglong Dong from the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences, and CETL Fellow, will share how he uses the Notability app in his biostatistics course.  Come learn…

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Using Notability in the Classroom

Combine handwriting, photos and typing in a single note to bring your projects to life. The Notability app creates notes that integrate handwriting, typing, drawings, audio, and pictures. Dr. Fanglong Dong from the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences, and CETL Fellow, will share how he uses the Notability app in his biostatistics course.  Come learn…