Since I've been using MindTap, I see students working harder as we cover each chapter instead of letting information pile up.
I am a Senior Instructor in Dietetics at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. I teach undergraduate nutrition courses to both dietetic majors and non-majors. In 2014, I adopted MindTap and was most interested in the interactive components such as the tutorials and animations, guided problem solving, flashcards, and the practice quizzes. Since I've been using MindTap, I see students working harder as we cover each chapter instead of letting information pile up. Studying through the material as we cover it in lecture alleviates students having to cram course material immediately before an exam. The ability to assign some activities as practice and others as graded homework works well, especially in my large lecture classes.
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