"SAM allowed for students to have a more hands-on experience in working with Microsoft Office and basic computing skills, making the class more interactive and engaging for the students."
Brittany Bright just recently began teaching at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith (UAFS). She is now active in working with STEM students at the college and with students in high school who are taking concurrent programming courses. She has taught programming courses using Python, Java, and VB.Net at both the introductory and more advanced levels. Brittany was an instructor in Information Systems at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas for the last 7 years and has taught database systems, programming, Enterprise Resource Planning, Principles of Information Systems, and worked as the course coordinator/administrator for their Computer Competency program in the Walton College of Business courses. These computer competency programs utilized both the traditional SAM 2016 system as well as the MindLinks/MindTap Reader LMS package with Blackboard.
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