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“The primary thing I wanted was a more authentic assessment. By that I mean I wanted an assessment that was as close as possible to the real-life way in which my students will end up doing clinical ethics when they become physicians. I think that’s what [Bongo] gives me.”

“With the authentic assessment, the spaced practice, the time limitations and demands the Q&A activities place on students, I do think my students are learning more now, versus the one year I ran my course without [Bongo].”

 Jason Wasserman
Associate Professor
Oakland University William
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