university of california, san francisco
Position: Education Coordinator in the Office of Education and Instructional Services (OEIS) at UCSF School of Pharmacy
Co-creating a series of video modules for students that highlight features of our main learning management system.
Works collaboratively with over 50 faculty and 400 students to evaluate and support teaching and learning.
Creates and manages online and print resources for didactic courses, while implementing the School’s guidelines and policies.
Co-leads internal team for the redevelopment of the School’s learning management systems.
Collaborates with campus offices, such as the Office of Student and Curricular Affairs, to support educational initiatives.
Supports the Curriculum and Education Policy Committee (CEPC) by taking meeting minutes, restructuring committee Wiki pages, and organizing meetings and retreats.
Key Takeaway: Undergoing a curriculum transformation can be incredibly rewarding—and incredibly arduous. In particular, there can be significant strain on staff and faculty resources. As a result, it is critical to think about what needs to be done, how it should be done, and what is actually reasonable, given the available resources. Compromise is essential.