From the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to webinars on Academic Leadership, the TLC is invested in improving the professional lives of our faculty in and out of the classroom.
This resource page has been broken into additional sub-categories to provide more in-depth resources to help faculty with their continued pursuit of knowledge, evidence-based best practices, and scholarship.
Podcasts: Podcasts are a great way to quickly explore topics related to teaching in the health sciences and are great for on-the-go.
Videos: The TLC Learning Channel Playlist contains past seminars as well as additional helpful content related to all areas of faculty development
Journals and Blogs: Use these journals to stay up to date or as a resource when you are considering publishing your educational research.
To browse videos, select the playlist button at the top right of the video to see all titles.
Check out the following recommendations for literature related to health professions education. For a complete list check out the Venues for Clinician Educators.
Peterson, D. (2019). 5 Principles for the Teacher of Adults. ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/principles-for-the-teacher-of-adults-31638
Turner, T., Palazzi, D. & Ward, M. (2014). The clinician-educator's handbook. Baylor College of Medicine https://media.bcm.edu/documents/2014/84/clinicianedhandbook.pdf
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