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COVID-19 Emergency Resources

COVID-19 Emergency Resources

Telemedicine: A Practical Guide for Incorporation into your Practice

CME/MOC Available

Free online curriculum provides guidance to help physicians begin or expand the use of telemedicine, including an educational module on how to interact with patients, perform visits, and conduct appropriate physical examinations through virtual video visits. It also includes timely information about patient care during pandemics and public health crises.

Osmosis Free COVID-19 Educator's Resources Center

  • Links to free on-demand videos on topics including supporting the mental health of students and educators during COVID-19, how to quickly convert your live course into an online course, and how to use Osmosis to support distance learning.
  • A free CME course on the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and pathology of COVID-19, and practical clinical skills healthcare workers can learn to remain safe when treating patients.

Telemedicine Articles and Resources

Brightspace Resources to Facilitate Learning

Brightspace Resources to Facilitate Learning

Our learning management system, Brightspace, offers several features that can help you transition your coursework to a digital format.

Discussion Forums

Assignment Submissions
Assignments allow you to assign, collect, and grade work from your learners.

Rubrics
Rubrics allow you to grade assignments submitted in Brightspace.

Recording Didactic Materials

Recording Didactic Materials

You may be asked or required to record classroom materials for your learners. We recommend using MCW’s Panopto system to make new recordings as Panopto interfaces with our learning management system, Brightspace, to connect learners to videos related to their coursework. If you do not have access to Panopto, we have included instructions to recording your materials via WebEx.

Panopto

WebEx

 
External Partner Resources

External Partner Resources

Stanford's Teach Anywhere Resources

Stanford University has taken the lead on providing resources to higher education instructors on quickly transitioning their classroom materials to a digital format. Feel free to refer to these resources as you work to transition your MCW coursework.

Harvard Resources

Harvard University’s Business Publishing group has offered several resources to support faculty in teaching online. Feel free to use these resources as you deem appropriate for your course.

University of Colorado

Chronicle for Higher Education

University of Texas at Austin – Dell Medical School

International Clinician Educators (ICE)

Strategies for Student Engagement

Strategies for Student Engagement

Read about best practices for delivering content to students who are learning in a classroom distance from where you are teaching. 

Strategies for Student Engagement (PDF)

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Department Presentation - Digital Classroom

Department Presentation - Digital Classroom

This brief presentation highlights the technical and practical considerations when preparing to teach in a connected classroom.
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Bidirectional Digital Classroom

Bidirectional Digital Classroom

Get started with teaching in our classrooms connected to the regional offices.
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