AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinar - November 17

Topic: Building a Robust Homegrown System for Curriculum Mapping

This presentation will highlight the journey the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has navigated to transform the curriculum mapping process through automation. The curriculum mapping team will outline the infrastructure and mapping architecture to automate mapping to increase efficiency and accuracy. We will showcase our cloud-based mapping template interface and describe how we engaged faculty in the design and utility of the platform. Lastly, we will share best practices and the lessons we have learned as we continuously enhance the mapping process.

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Tracy Pritchard, PhD

Assistant Dean for Assessment and Evaluation

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

As Director of Medical Education, Dr. Pritchard oversees daily operations of the Office of Medical Education. She leads the curriculum mapping for the medical education program and has overseen efforts to improve efficiency of the mapping process. Dr. Pritchard also brings nearly 15 years of program evaluation experience.

Laurah Lukin, PhD

Assistant Dean for Assessment and Evaluation

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Laurah Lukin, PhD, is the Assistant Dean for Assessment and Evaluation at the UC College of Medicine. Dr. Lukin has expertise in data analytics and visualizations. She has training in anthropology with a focus on human behavior and statistics. She leads evaluation, assessment and learning analytics for the UME program.

Seth Overla, MS

Data Analyst

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Seth Overla is a data analyst in the Office of Medical Education at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Seth specializes in the utilization of Learning Analytics to further improve Academic Medicine.

Pamela Baker, PhD

Associate Dean for Medical Education

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Dr. Baker brings to this collaboration more than twenty-five years of experience in curriculum design, assessment and faculty development. As associate dean for medical education, she oversees all aspects of the curriculum, assessment and daily operations. Most recently, she served as LEAD for a successful reaccreditation process.

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