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Institutional Research, Evaluation, & Assessment (IREA) Role and Function

The mission of the Office of Institutional Research, Evaluation, & Assessment (IREA) is to provide support to the Office of the Dean/Provost, Office of the Chancellor, and external reporting functionality to the University of Massachusetts President’s Office as well as state and federal organizations. Click here to learn more.

eLIVE Professional Development

Click here to access the professional development program for faculty interested in transforming content and instruction using research-based engaged learning strategies to improve student learning.

Zoom Tutorials

For those who are new to running Zoom remote sessions, click here for the IT Zoom page with information about accessing Zoom and links to Zoom tutorials. 

How to Use Top Hat

Click here to learn more about accessing Top Hat to incorporate into your next in-person on remote teaching sessions.

Articles and Educational Links

These Articles and Educational Links provide faculty with information designed to support their course design and delivery. The list includes topic areas (such as discussion groups and active learning) followed by resources (such as websites providing images related to medical education and a medical glossary).

Copyright Information

Respect for the intellectual property of others is a cornerstone of academic integrity. Copyright law gives copyright owners the exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute copies, create derivative works, perform publicly, and display publicly their original works. These exclusive rights are protected for a “limited period of time” in order to encourage further progress in science and the useful arts. For more information visit the Lamar Soutter Library Copyright Resource.

Humanities in Medicine Annotated Bibliography

This thematically organized, annotated collection of short stories, poems and essays from the perspectives of doctors, nurses, students, and patients was created by UMass students and faculty as a medical humanities resource to be used by faculty and students who are seeing patients, teaching or studying the featured topics: Medical Humanities at your Finger Tips

modified OCT 27 2023 | cjb