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Students Better Understand Material
My Finance class was taught through videos of other instructors teaching, which wasn’t a positive experience. But MindTap was a huge help. It made textbook readings interactive, with practice questions and problems to study. I never thought I’d pass the course, but I received an 89 percent!
Engage All Types of Learners
The best thing about MindTap is it helps every type of learner. I’m a different type of student than most: I don’t use flashcards or take notes. I’ve tried many platforms, but they pale in comparison to MindTap . I learn best when I can read how to do something, and then test my knowledge.
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Meet a Few of Our Finance Faculty Partners
Our educators advance teaching and learning by answering questions and sharing ideas.
Ruth Couch, PhD, Owens Community College
Ruth Couch is an Associate Professor in the School of Business at Owens Community College in Ohio. During her 15 years of teaching on campus and online, her courses have ranged from Small Business Management to Business Law — and more.
Ryan Smith, Columbia College Chicago
Ryan Smith is an Assistant Professor of Instruction at Columbia College Chicago. He has a background as a manager and marketing professional in the creative industries, with extensive experience in live and performing arts and entertainment.
Josh Robinson, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Josh is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Collat School of Business at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His main area of research is health economics, with an emphasis on health behaviors.