I use Enhanced WebAssign exclusively for my online course at UTEP, and have found that passing rates for the course are consistently higher than for the comparable face-to-face sections.
I am a mathematics instructor at Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Prior to this, I was a lecturer at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) for nine years. I mostly teach the calculus sequence and business/social sciences mathematics courses. Most of the courses that I teach have an online component, and one that I still teach for UTEP is entirely online. I was introduced to Enhanced WebAssign at UTEP several years ago, and have used it extensively whenever possible. I have used some other online learning platforms from other publishers, and have found Enhanced WebAssign to be the most versatile of all of them. I use Enhanced WebAssign exclusively for my online course at UTEP, and have found that passing rates for the course are consistently higher than for the comparable face-to-face sections.
I earned my Master's degree from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM. I served as the coordinator for the Mathematics for Social Sciences course offered at UTEP, and developed the only online section of the course using Enhanced WebAssign. Since then, several more online sections have been offered, all using the original Enhanced WebAssign template that I created. At CNM, I currently serve as the Enhanced WebAssign Technology Coordinator for the math department. In November of 2015, I attended the think tank for MindTap in New Orleans, and I will be testing and piloting this software in the coming semesters. I look forward to learning more about it and using it the classroom!
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