Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2009

Abstract

Today’s students are more connected and more integrated with their world than any past generation and information is readily available today from a multitude of sources. To what extent have these advances improved our students’ ability to become learned pharmacy professionals who are informed not only of the current world and its events but the profession itself?

Comments

Article published in 2009 in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education:

Gayle A. Brazeau and Daniel A. Brazeau (2009). The Challenge of Educating in a Highly-Connected and Multitasking World. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education: Volume 73, Issue 7, Article 125. doi: 10.5688/aj7307125

© American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education; included with permission of the editor.

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