Mrs. Dwina Willis, chair of the Freed- Hardeman University pre-professional health arts program and associate professor of biology and Bible, will present a program Saturday, April 10, at the Southeastern Association of Advisors of Health Professionals in Nashville. Her topic will be “Using Web 2.0 Technologies as Advising Tools: Implementing Health Professional Accounts in Blackboard Learn/CampusPack."
CampusPack helps students in the health professional field track their academic, career, and personal progress for references in future job opportunities. At FHU, all pre-professional health students are cataloguing their activities, jobs, and personal information to present professionally to graduate schools and prospective employers. Students also share this information with their professors who can then offer online advice regarding the proper track for success.