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Clinical Medicine: For Instructors

Putting Course Materials on Reserve

The Reserve Collection exists to ensure access to high demand materials for student use.  The heavy use of items in this collection is accommodated through very short loan periods and, sometimes, the requirement that materials be used in the library.

Instructors can put materials on reserve by submitting a request using the online form.

Direct Linking to eJournals

Want to know how to find, edit and insert permanent links from the Library's online articles directly into Blackboard, websites, course pages, Word and PowerPoint documents, emails, etc?

See the Direct Linking online guide

Need images for teaching?

The resources below allow you to download images, use the images for teaching (e.g., ppt, handouts) with attribution, and save powerpoints/handouts to a password protected educational content management system (e.g., Blackboard, one45).

Anatomy.Tv -  This products provides "3D interactive models of human anatomy. Intuitive controls allow the user to zoom, rotate and peel away layers to educate and communicate..."

Copyright

University of Saskatchewan copyright guide: https://library.usask.ca/copyright/

Faculty Development -- College of Medicine

Faculty development (FD) is here to support you in those areas of your work that include teaching (all levels of learners), research (to help get you started), leadership (including assuming educational leadership roles), wellness for you and your learners and more. Visit https://medicine.usask.ca/facultydev/index.php to find out more.

Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness

Want to learn more about curriculum innovation or course design? Need to create a Teaching Portfolio?  The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness offers courses and workshops on  instructional design, teaching strategies and more, as well as consultation services of instructional designers, educational development specialists and curriculum development specialists.  Go to: http://www.usask.ca/gmcte/