Welcome to the MD Program Resource page for teaching faculty! Our teaching faculty are our greatest asset! Whether at the Health Education Campus, at the CWRU main campus, or in the affiliated hospitals and practices, you shape our students in so many ways as they navigate their path towards becoming physicians. Thank you for the work you do helping to train excellent physicians and scientists!
On this page, you will find collected resources that help our teaching faculty do an amazing job. Some are tools you may use on a regular basis and others are links to important resources that will help you develop your career as an educator. The goal is to provide “one stop shopping” related to your education roles.
On this site, you will find a comprehensive list of teaching opportunities, as well as links to the tools you will need to develop curriculum, evaluate students, understand the academic calendar, and sign up for faculty development opportunities. Please send feedback and ideas for additional links you would like to see included to firstname.lastname@example.org. And thank you for your contributions to medical education! We are tremendously grateful for all the teaching and mentoring you do.
The CHSL supports the information needs for all educational and research initiatives conducted within the Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Nursing. The CHSL operates from the Allen Memorial Medical Library Building and has a branch in the Health Education Campus.
Contact the CHSL Reference for help with your information needs.
The University Technology, [U]Tech, the division provides solutions that support education, research and the day-to-day functions at Case Western Reserve University.
Aquifer teaching and learning resources are developed and maintained by teams of leading medical educators who collaborate with their national education organizations to build courses and content within the areas of basic, clinical and health systems sciences. The virtual, interactive, dynamic approach provided by Aquifer promotes individualized and engaged learning, clinical reasoning, and in-depth exploration of content.
The Clinical Assessment System is used for completing Core Clerkship Assessments. The assessments are broken down into Core/rotation sites. Using CAS, the discipline/rotation assessors complete Mid rotation feedback forms, End of rotation evaluation forms, and core clerkship assessments. They are able to provide both formative and summative feedback. In addition, clerkship faculty can access their student evaluations on this site.
Please use these links to submit feedback on student performance:
CoursEval is used for all pre-clinical course evaluations and SAMI facilitator evaluations. In CoursEval faculty can access evaluation results for IQ, lectures, TBLs, Tuesday seminars, and SAMI. Students access CoursEval to complete all end-of-block and end of year 1 and 2 evaluation surveys and SAMI facilitator evaluations.
Center for the Advancement of Medical Learning (CAML) offers a variety of programs to promote the development of teaching skills, foster collaboration among faculty and staff involved in the advancement of medical education, and support educational innovation and research.
Academic Impressions is a resource offered by the university to provide leadership, personal/professional development, and skills-based training opportunities to faculty, staff and administrators. It helps both individuals and teams build upon their knowledge, expertise, and find practical solutions to the challenges they are facing. Access to thousands of best practices via live learning opportunities or recorded trainings, enables anytime, anywhere learning.
Faculty Toolkit Sessions - presentations hosted by the School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs.
Professional Development for Medical Educators