sponsored by The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
This resource network is the first of its kind -- a Web site designed specifically for the needs of pharmacy educators. Use the links below to access information regarding innovations used by your colleagues in their quest to find better ways to help pharmacy students learn the foundation of knowledge that will be critical in their future as caring health care professionals.
Pharmacy Education "Innovations" Database
The information contained in the "Innovations" database is being collected by the University of Mississippi, but entries actually come from pharmacy educators across the nation. If you have an innovative idea that works well for you, and which you would not mind sharing, please submit your idea here.
The Syllabus Repository
Although no standardized core exists to be used in like courses at each of the schools and colleges of pharmacy across the United States, instructors and future instructors may benefit from seeing what is offered in courses similar to theirs on other campuses. Sharing syllabi is one way of sharing ideas and supporting the efforts of colleagues.
Course Web Pages
Issues in Assessment
Resources for Teaching Portfolios
Active Learning Resource List
Problem-Based Learning Resource List
*Summary Report* of the 1997 Pharmacy Faculty Electronic Survey regarding Active Learning Techniques
(This Summary Report is in .pdf format. If you need Acrobat software to read .pdf files, visit the Adobe site to download free plug-in software.)
Pages for University of Mississippi Faculty -- access restricted
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