Wake Forest University is Sketchy’s longest standing institutional partner and provides Sketchy to its MS1, MS2, and MS3 students.
Baylor College of Medicine decided to expand its partnership across two campuses, providing Sketchy to over 400 students.
After meeting us at the Medical Library Association Conference, Yale University School of Medicine partnered with Sketchy to offer Sketchy to all medical students.
Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine recognizes the value of Sketchy. The school partners with Sketchy for all MS1, MS2, and MS3 students.
“Most of our students were purchasing individual subscriptions, so doing it as an institution not only gets them a discount, but also addresses equity issues in which students who can't afford it can get access.”
- James Graham,
Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center partnered with Sketchy after their students collectively advocated for Sketchy be added to their resources.
“We decided to partner with Sketchy for many reasons: student feedback, alignment of content with curricular needs, [and] evaluation of content by faculty.”
- Simon Williams,
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Based in Austria and Germany, faculty at Paracelsus Medical University have successfully incorporated Sketchy into their curriculum to give their students a boost.
Eastern Virginia Medical School purchases Sketchy to give their pre-health students the best preparation for the MCAT.
“Our medical students felt Sketchy was a must to succeed in medical school.”
- Emma Ledesma,
Director, Post Baccalaureate Program
Learning Specialists at the University of Kansas School of Medicine partner with Sketchy to support its students.
“Sketchy provides a good mix of tools for different learning styles, and adapts to the learner.”
- Rhonda Altonen,
After students requested Sketchy from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, the school partnered with Sketchy and has already seen very strong engagement.
The Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association Foundation provides Sketchy to all DO students in the state.
“Our students report that pharmacology and microbiology are the most beneficial videos for our curriculum.”
- Donna Perzeski,
Library Director, Podiatric Medicine
American Academy of Ophthalmology provides minority students with access to Sketchy, serving students across the USA.
Sketchy developed an entirely new program for the New England College of Optometry specific to their Optometry students.
“[Sketchy] helps [students] learn complex concepts in a fun and memorable way.”
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Sketchy lessons are created by doctors and reviewed by experts to complement your curriculum and make concepts unforgettable.
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Including coverage for: MCAT, USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2, Shelf Exams, COMLEX Level 1, COMLEX Level 2, and PANCE exams.
Narrated, interactive video lessons use the science of visual learning to help students retain concepts, engage more deeply in the classroom, and improve exam scores. Faculty trust Sketchy to help students excel with quiz questions, formative and summative assessments, and board-style questions.Read the Research
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