Join us at the AOE/FDI Symposium
Webinars series exclusively for educators, offering an introduction to AHIMA’s academic services and resources, teaching tips, and current information on the HIM profession.
For those unable to attend, recordings are available in CourseShare.
ONC Workforce Training Curriculum
Presenter: Susan Fenton
September 20 @2pm central
Accommodations and Equal Access
Presenters: Melissa Watschke and Amy Weilert
October 26 @ 2pm central
AHIMA’s Three Legged Stool: CAHIIM, CCHIIM & CEE
Presenters: Susan Fenton, Deb Boppre and Hertencia Bowe
November 17 @ 2pm
Building and Leveraging an Advisory Panel
Presenter: Bonnie Altus & Audrey Theisen
November 20 @ 2pm central
Presenter: Christi Lower
December 20 @ 2pm central
Professional Practice Experience: Changing Challenges into Opportunities
Presenter: Renison Babulal
January 18 @ 2pm central
Presenters: David Marc, Val Watzlaf, and Michelle Millen
February 20 @ 2pm central
Adult Teaching and Learning
Presenter: Christine Kowalski
March 21 @ 2pm central
Presenter: Linda Galocy
April 26 @ 2pm central
25 apps in 50 Minutes
Presenter: Sherri Hope Culver
May 22 @ 2pm central
Do you have topic ideas or wish to be a future topic presenter? Please reach out to Christi.Lower@ahima.org to share your suggestions.
Faculty development courses for HIM instructors or those considering a transition to HIM teaching.
Look for HIM Faculty Development Program Courses in the AHIMA Store. Announcements regarding course dates and enrollment will be published in the Assembly on Education Engage Community.
This 10-week course is intended for new and transitioning educators.
Content areas include:
Learn about valuable student and educator resources offered by AHIMA and the AHIMA Foundation.
This 10-week course is intended for any instructor or practitioner transitioning to academia.
Content areas include:
This course focuses on engaging online learners through course design best practices. Participants will be introduced to a number of technology tools and resources to support active student participation.
HIM Faculty Mentor Badges recognize faculty members who have contributed to peer-learning experiences through faculty development program courses. Mentors can earn the associated mentor badge for the course in which they mentored.
Are you an experienced faculty member with knowledge and expertise in HIM teaching who is willing to contribute to development of new faculty development program courses? Please contact Christi Lower for additional information regarding these short-term task groups and topics.