Online Library

Online Library

The HSC, Faculty Development office wants to assure that the UofL Health Sciences Center is a great place to learn for our students, residents and graduate students, a great place to work for our faculty, and a great place to invest. As such, we have developed teaching and leadership programming to assure our faculty are provided the support, tools, and training they need to excel. The online library will be a component of the faculty development resources that are available for faculty to develop skills and gain knowledge in the areas of teaching, learning, & leadership.

Continuing medical education (CME) and continuing education (CE) credits are available for each of our learning modules. The number of credits is dependent upon the length of the course. Dental credit coming soon!

We have categorized our learning modules into four main subjects: Curriculum Development, Feedback & Assessment, Key Publications/Misc, Leadership, and Teaching & Learning. Italicized (linked) modules are currently available; all others are in development. Please check back regularly as we update our programming monthly.

Modules can be accessed at any time through UofL's Blackboard learning platform or by clicking on the module below.


CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

Taxonomy of Significant Learning

Understanding by Design

Why & How of Learning Objectives


FEEDBACK & ASSESSMENT

Clerkship Evaluation

Development Assessments FOR Learning

Development Assessments OF Learning

Effective Feedback Strategies

Formative v. Summative Assessment


KEY PUBLICATIONS / MISCELLANEOUS

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Grit

Make it Stick

Mindset

Mind Body Medicine

Small Teaching


LEADERSHIP

Communication Strategies

Emotional Intelligence

Employee Engagement & Motivation

How to Define a Problem

Working with Millennials


TEACHING & LEARNING

Active Learning

Adult Learning Theory

Helping Learners Become Life-Long Learners

Strategic Questioning: Part 1 - Telling Is Not Teaching

Strategic Questioning: Part 2 - Using Socratic Questioning To Teach

Teaching In Your Practice

What & Why of Self-Directed Learning

Working with Medical Students