Faculty Resources (Twin Cities)


Advising System for Years 1-4 (pdf)
(from Ted Thompson, Februrary 2012)

Faculty Advisors Program

Clinical Mentors Program
(intended for use by faculty and faculty advisors only)

Clerkship Scheduling and Registration


CoursEval Login

Evaluation login
E*Value and CoursEval
Evaluate your students and view your own performance evaluations.

Student Professionalism Feedback
Medical School staff and faculty may use this form to recognize outstanding professional behavior or to point out early concerns/areas for improvement.

Student & Course Info


Student home pages:


Grade Submission Deadline for Courses and Clerkships, Years 1−4 (pdf)

Policy on What Constitutes a Failing Grade in Years 3 and 4 (pdf)

FERPA: Student Privacy (pdf)
(Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
Protect the confidentiality of student educational records in your possession.
FERPA Online Tutorial via OneStop

What is Private and Public Information?

Education Administration

Education Committees

Program Evaluation site
Overall performance of the Medical Education program.

Competencies Required for Graduation



Post a Research Opportunity

MedEdPORTAL® is the free destination for peer-reviewed educational scholarship, innovations to improve patient care and continuing education activities to support lifelong learning.

Teaching Resources and Continuing Education

Faculty / Medical Educator Workshops
Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS)
Workshops and short courses featuring presentations by leaders in medical education, and offering opportunities for skill-building and sharing of ideas among faculty who teach medical students. All workshops are free and held on the University of Minnesota's East Bank Campus. Provided by the Medical School Office of Education.

Resident Educator Development (RED)
An important part of residents’ job is that of educator. Residents teach medical students, patients, and each other. In order to be effective teachers, residents need to be equipped with teaching skills—important skills that may not have been covered in their own medical school training. Sponsored by the University of Minnesota Medical School Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office and the Medical School Office of Education.

Continuing Medical Education
Serving the educational needs of physicians and lifelong students of medicine through its annual series of programs taught by faculty in various disciplines in the Medical School and by guest faculty from around the world. Instructional methods include lectures, workshops, laboratories, live cases, panels, seminars, and individual instruction. The emphasis is on high-quality education and practical, up-to-date content.

ExamSoft Training
ExamSoft training webinars that that help you administer your assessments.  View current calendar of webinars, videos and resources.

Clerkships offer state of the art simulations training for all students with this "just-in-time" learning method. Studies show that adults learn best when the training in simulations is immediately proximal to the experiences in which they will be applying the skills and knowledge. Currently, all students experience these simulations (IV, intubation, suturing, sterile technique, ultrasonographic physical diagnosis, etc.) in required clerkships. For more information on the SimPORTAL, contact John Raymond (612) 626-5636, SimPORTAL Coordinator, A582 Mayo Memorial Building.

Biomedical Library - Services for Instructors
Library liasons, course integrated instruction, CourseLib web pages, consultations, workshops, course reserves.

Center for Teaching and Learning Services
Partners with colleges, departments, and individuals to improve student learning. Encourages and assists with initiatives that foster environments in which diverse teachers and learners can excel. Online Workshops are available.

Interprofessional Education and Resource Center (IERC)
A center to provide state-of-the-art facilities and educational development services for assessing and improving health sciences students' clinical skills in an interdisciplinary setting.

AHC Learning Commons
The AHC Learning Commons is a friendly and informal place for faculty to learn about and develop new ways of teaching – especially those supported by information technologies. For students and residents, it's a place to practice new ways of learning – such as clinical decision-making, problem-based learning, and evidence-based practice – and to use information acquisition skills and technologies

AHC Office of Education
The AHC Office of Education collaborates with AHC faculty and members of the Minnesota community to introduce innovations in health care education.

simPORTAL (Simulation PeriOperative Resource for Training and Learning)
The primary simulation training “portal” for the procedurally-oriented departments within the Medical School. It arranges for space, equipment, technical and logistical support for educational activities involving technical skills and team training via simulation. It also supplies research and evaluation capacity to support innovation in simulation equipment, tools, and processes as well as training curricula.

Educational Technology Services (OIT)

Free publishing venue and dissemination portal to support educators and learners as they create and use on-line teaching materials, assessment tools and faculty development resources.

MERLOT: Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching
Find peer reviewed online teaching and learning materials. Share advice and expertise about education with expert colleagues. Be recognized for your contributions to quality education.

Computers / Email / Voicemail

Tech Support


U of M internet account







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