Iowa State's ThinkSpace technology better prepares students to solve real-world problems

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Friday, July 27, 2012

Jay Newell, an associate professor in Iowa State University's Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, calls ThinkSpace "the greatest thing since sliced bread" in terms of getting into the heads of his students.

Holly Bender, a professor of clinical pathology in Iowa State's College of Veterinary Medicine, knows that ThinkSpace better trains her students to be able to read an ailing animal's symptoms and lab results in order to make a more accurate diagnosis.

And Dale Niederhauser, an associate professor in the Iowa State School of Education, says ThinkSpace better prepares his students for the problems they may encounter in their future classrooms.

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