New Teaching Resource for Faculty!
The Medical Library has licensed a new resource for exclusive use by faculty – McGraw-Hill’s Case Files: Teaching Cases. This is an online, faculty-sequestered collection of high-quality, peer-reviewed clinical cases that can be incorporated into the curriculum. Cases are available in two versions -- pre-clinical and clinical -- and would be useful in both courses and clerkships to support independent, student-directed learning.
Contact Dr. Misa Mifor information on accessing this new teaching resource!
Collection of resources and best practices maintained by Deirdre Bonnycastle, clinical teaching development coordinator at the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. Covers three main topics: How do Medical Students Learn, Classroom Teaching Techniques, and Clinical Teaching Techniques.
From the Department of Medical Education at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and "dedicated to reflective practice in medical education and care of the person."
The hashtag #MedEd is used for tweets about medical eduation topics and is a great way to information and news about medical education on Twitter. You can use it to find links to relevant news or journal articles, "follow" thought leaders, discuss teaching strategies, access real-time content from conferences, and much more.
Click here to read a brief piece in Academic Medicine on the value of Twitter in medical education. For more information on how to set up a Twitter account, contact the OUWB Medical Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-370-3772.
This self-paced, interactive tutorial from the NBME provides a foundation for writing quality multiple-choice questions. Organized into sections that can be completed separately, the entire tutorial will take about 45 minutes to complete.