The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article about how colleges are failing to serve their main customer, students, because they hire teachers based on their degrees and publications, but care very little about their teaching skills. While there are definitely some excellent professors out there, there are also a significant amount that are poor in terms of their ability to impart information.
Yet even in classes where the teaching is lacking, it is still critical to learn the information both for tests and for your future job as an engineer. Too many tutorial makers are far from their time in a classroom or are too technical themselves. Here at CLENGI I hope that you find information that is easy to access and is really resourceful to you.
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