Educator Resources

Below is a collection of resources to promote best practices, innovations, and strategies for educators.

Inside you will find resources to assist you in developing and delivering an engaging and memorable presentation.  Even if you are a seasoned speaker, we think you will find it beneficial to take a few moments to review the contents of this page… Continue reading

For suggested resources and interesting reading on Diversity and Inclusion, read more...


For short, simple, and vetted how-to guides, videos, and links to helpful online teaching resources, read more...

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Get "connected" to the latest trends for technology in the classroom, read more...

The Mentoring subcommittee works to facilitate and enhance the development of mentorship relationships within the Academy.  We see mentorship dyads as dynamic, reciprocal relationships between an advanced career incumbent (mentor) and a mentee aimed at promoting advancement of the teaching careers of both. Read more...


Faculty wear many hats when it comes to their role as teacher, one of which is the role of mentor. Mentorship can take many forms from research mentor to education mentor. Serving as a mentor is a critical and complex role for our faculty and we recognize that there are several resources to help support development. Read more...


For multiple suggested articles on education research and scholarship resources, click here.

IAMSE offers archived web seminars at no charge.  These webcast audio seminars are 1-hour telephone conference calls supplemented by webcast PowerPoint slides, the webinars are a method of exchanging vital information on timely topics in medical education.

Click this link to be directed to the IAMSE webpage to browse the web seminar archives.

The Office of Continuing Professional Development publishes a regular newsletter, *FREE (*Faculty Resources for Educational Excellence), which focuses each month on some aspect of faculty development, including tips, resources, and various opportunities designed to support faculty success.  Current and previous issues may be viewed here.