Richard Rathe, MD

Associate Professor of Family Medicine (ret.) and Medical Informatician

‘Evaluation’ Articles

Web-Based Audience Response System

Posted: Aug 30th, 2010 •• Category: Evaluation, Teaching

Canvass ARS is a flexible and scalable program for polling a live audience. Instructors have the choice to use it as a stand-alone presentation tool, or integrate it with presentation software such as Powerpoint. It blends easily with other instructional technologies such as teleconferencing, streamed video events and Webinars. The audience is not limited to […]

Competency Evaluations

Posted: Aug 5th, 2009 •• Category: Evaluation

Many clerkship directors are already using a feature of our legacy system called “roll-up”. These evaluations are done in two steps, with initial input from clerkship faculty followed by a summative evaluation completed by the course director. The data from the first step are rolled up and summarized on the summative form. This information is then […]

New Course Evaluation Form

Posted: May 10th, 2009 •• Category: Evaluation

See example posted on posted on the MedInfo site.

New Faculty Evaluation Forms

Posted: Mar 18th, 2009 •• Category: Evaluation

See the examples posted on the MedInfo site.