For those currently in nursing school
or have recently graduated, how many power points did you guys typically print out? Did instructors make the slides seem like you were in medical school? Where there was over 300 slides, tons of graphs, tons of paragraphs, etc? OR were they Anatomy and Physiology style power points? For my A&P classes, my teacher tests off power points and they're very good power points.
If I could take a picture of something I have I would, but not sure if it would be able to be uploaded on here.
If you didn't have instructors who taught with power points, did you handwrite notes? I'm worried nursing instructors don't teach using power points.
Anatomy and physiology teacher says color is a memory stimulant, so goodbye black and gray road. I'm concerned because I've been wanting to buy a printer that prints in color and all types of models have mixed reviews. Different websites all say different things, including consumer reports. What CR says Amazon
reviews say different and vice versa. Same with online PC companies that are like little vacuum shops as well as big name ones such as PCmag.com. It's like printers just aren't good anymore. After 3 years they break? GTFOH.