BugOut! Pharmacy Learning Environment Wins Recognition

BugOut!We are extremely pleased to announce that the BugOut! interactive learning environment created by Meghan Jeffres of Roseman University and developed by our team here at the Sheridan Programmers Guild was recognized as one of three winning portfolios by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in their 2013 Innovations in Teaching Competition.

From the AACP: “The purpose of the Competition is to identify innovative teaching/learning strategies and assessment methods.”

Meghan’s winning portfolio will be presented at this year’s AACP Annual Meeting on July 13-17 in Chicago. “The AACP Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of academic pharmacy administrators, faculty and staff, and each year offers 70 or more educational programs that cut across all disciplines.”

Congratulations, Meghan! We are proud to be a part of your success.

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Bret Norwood is a staff blogger for Learning Laboratory in addition to other roles, including UI design and content development for Study Putty, our free memorization tool for chemistry and many other course topics. He is also a published writer of literary fiction--see BretNorwood.com

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