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The Educational Policy Committee (EPC) is a primary governing body of the School of Medicine and has the authority to determine policy for medical school education. The EPC has the responsibility for planning, implementing, supervising, evaluating, and continuously revising a coherent and comprehensive program of general medical education for the training of physicians. To access curriculum committee notes, LInC updates, course reviews and other EPC materials visit Educational Policy Committe
Each year the EPC curriculum committees review every course based on a presentation by the course leaders. This peer review process helps us to continuously improve curriculum quality, share innovations, engage with institutional and national priority areas, coordinate and collaborate more effectively across courses. Course leaders enter data into an online form at Internal Course Review Form for FOM, CCE and AS courses and completed reviews are posted on the EPC website. The Microsoft Word version (online form) is to only be used to draft the data, and not the online form which would be completed after the drafts are done.
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Blackboard is the comprehensive Learning Management System (LMS) sponsored by UMass Online utilized by the University of Massachusetts 5 campus system. Our campus uses the LMS for online course content and teaching and learning collaboration. The teaching and learning tools include Blogs and Discussions, Quizzes and Self-tests, Image and Media Libraries, Assignments, Grade Book, Grading Forms and Peer Review. To access course materials visit UMass Online
LInC Course and Clerkship Leadership Guide provides key information regarding many aspects of effective course management as well as policies and procedures in the Foundations of Medicine Years 1 and 2 curriculum and in the Core Clinical Experiences and Advanced Studies curriculum. The Office of Undergraduate Medical Education (OUME), Institutional Research, Evaluation and Assessment (IREA) and Academic Computing Services (ACS) have outlined expectations and procedures that will be a helpful reference to the development and ongoing management of FOM, CCE and AS courses.
The OUME has a number of laptops (both PC and Mac platform) and software available to faculty to support your curriculum design. These can be checked out from the OUME by contacting Kathy Moylan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-856-5643. Current software includes: