Supporting the Unsupportable: Assisting Anatomy & Physiology I & II Through OER
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“Traditional” science courses are tricky. Classes lack library-based assignments; emphasis on course content makes teaching faculty members feel they cannot bring students to the library; and memorization can be the key learning technique for the course, rather than theoretical/discussion type assignments that require library materials. How can you support classes that don’t come to the library, ones without traditional research assignments – aka: how to support the unsupportable? Working outside the box was the answer. Partnering with a campus-based support unit and using open-access materials, I created an innovative way to support Anatomy & Physiology courses in nontraditional ways.