Dr. Carol Higham from UNC Charlotte shares why she doesn’t worry about students spreading misinformation on Packback. In fact, because of Packback, Dr. Higham says she has more visibility into what concepts her students may not fully understand.
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When Dr. Mark Pierson sees students misquoting or misusing information, he uses it as a learning moment to help students write stronger posts with credible sources.
Dr. Kimberly Judson shares how Packback helped her identify confusing areas of content for students. Once she knew what students didn’t understand, she was able to create class activities to help them learn.
Dr. Kathleen West from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte shares a few ways of using Packback in a biochemistry course.
Since implementing Packback, Dr. Matt Goren from the University of Georgia has not only been satisfied by students’ posts online, he also noticed students becoming more vocal in the classroom.
Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares some of the challenges he faces in teaching philosophy and how Packback helped to overcome some of those challenges.
University of North Carolina Charlotte had a stronger interest in psychology when they could see how the material they were learning related to their lives. Learn how Dr. West used Packback to make this connection.
Dr. Mark Reisinger explains why his students enjoy using Packback in their large geography class.
Learn why Dr. Kathleen West feels more connected with the students in her online course at the University of North Carolina Charlotte since implementing Packback.
Dr. Matt Goren compares student posts from Packback and Blackboard and explains why he believes Packback posts were of a higher quality.