Virtual School Meanderings

July 22, 2016

Online Science Labs: A Medical Physiologist’s Story

From Monday’s inbox…

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Online Science Labs: A medical physiologist’s story
Dear Michael,

“Providing a student-centered learning opportunity for undergraduate learners is a perilous adventure,” says Joan Esterline Lafuze, Professor of Biology, Indiana University and Research Associate, Indiana University School of Medicine. “There are still many programs, such as anatomy and physiology, that will not accept online science labs.” This is why Joan needed the OLC Mastery Series for guidance and support to teach these subjects.

Learn more about Joan’s experience and the benefits she found from enrolling in the Mastery Series.

Keep on Learning!

Jennifer
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Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium
617-716-1414 | support@onlinelearning-c.org

“I needed the OLC Mastery Series for guidance and support in design and teaching science labs online. The program provides a plethora of possibilities.”

-Joan Esterline Lafuze, Professor of Biology,
Indiana University and Research Associate,
Indiana University School of Medicine

Read more about Joan’s story.

Have you had a great experience with OLC? We’d love to share your story! Contact Jean Simmons, Director of Marketing, at jean.simmons@onlinelearning-c.org.

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