Indiana University

Faculty Learning Communities (FLC)

What is a Faculty Learning Community?

A faculty learning community (FLC) is a group of 6-10 faculty, graduate students and professional staff engaging in an active, collaborative, yearlong program around a particular teaching and learning topic or strategy.  These groups will meet monthly with the goals of enhancing practice and producing educational scholarship.

Flipped classrooms
invert traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction primarily online and using face-to-face time for case studies and collaboration.   What are the best tools and techniques for teaching in the inverted model?



In this social media workshop, IUSM faculty member Dr. Alex Djuricich will explore the use of social networking in medicine and medical education.


Topics to be addressed include: how an educator might optimally use Twitter in an educational setting and how to engage learners with this tool.