Interfolio: Faculty 180 and RPT: Their Role in Review for Promotion and Tenure.

This presentation will provide an introduction to the Interfolio faculty 180 and our PT modules and their role in the promotion and tenure process.  The primary intended audience is faculty that have not yet been introduced to the software packages, especially candidates applying for promotion and/or tenure in 21-22. Staff tasked with managing the College…


The Nuts & Bolts of Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Service

If you need it we can try and get it! Access to information in the form of journal articles and book chapters is essential for research and instruction. During the library’s closure, we can still retrieve journal articles, not in our collection, and potentially chapters from books as well. This workshop will show attendees how…

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How Virtual Reality is already Changing Healthcare

Dr. Ajit Sachdeva, Director of Education with the American College of Surgeons said “VR has reached a tipping point in medicine.”  “We are seeing more and more of this incorporated faster than ever before.”. Although Medical VR is a relatively new and wide field there are increasingly great examples of VR having a positive effect…


Microlearning: Navigating and Using the Elentra Gradebook

This microlearning session is about the Gradebook feature in Elentra. This session will cover where to locate the Gradebook and how to navigate it and an overview of its features. Learning Objectives: Locate the Gradebook in Elentra Discuss the features of the Gradebook Explain how to add comments/feedback to Learners PRESENTER: Jonathan Peterson M Ed…


A Novel Idea: Rekindle Your Love of Reading

Are you tired of an endless stream of journal articles and Netflix binges? Rediscover the joys of reading! Join Kelli Hines and Michelle Sanchez in brainstorming ideas on how to conquer your To-Be-Read pile, and to share book recommendations to read over the holidays. Need to get books that are not already in your home…

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PetchaKucha….Petcha, what?!?

PechaKucha (Japanese for “chit chat”) is what “Show and Tell” always dreamed of becoming.  This is the world’s fastest-growing storytelling platform that is used by millions around the globe.  Perhaps you’ve been to a recent conference and witnessed the excitement, or perhaps you’re interested in learning a new presentation style.  PetchaKucha is 20 slides of…

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Teleconference Etiquette

So many changes in such a short amount of time.  As we embark on our first week of remote work, let’s identify some common teleconferencing etiquette techniques.  How can we maintain professionalism from our home office?  What are good housekeeping strategies when preparing your class for a video conferencing lecture or discussion?  In this session we’ll take…

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Not Your Mama’s Journal Club – Strengthening Teachers’ Professional Identities Through Faculty Development

How do YOU characterize your professional identity as a faculty member and educator? What resources and mechanisms do you use to enrich yourself and nourish your role in academia? This NYMJC session will review and discuss this article from Academic Medicine from some of the best minds in faculty development in health professions education. Facilitated…