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School of Medicine Education Technologies

Students in class with personal devices.

The most recent curriculum redesign at the University of Kansas School of Medicine (KUSoM) also launched the most technology intensive methodology in the history of the school. All learning materials are accessible through web browsers or through access to network files made available to students.  Incoming students are given the option to bring the device(s) that will best serve their needs and learning styles. Students are strongly encouraged to use electronic note taking and organizational tools.

If you are wanting to login to your class sites, you will be able to once you are enrolled in the KUMC School of Medicine in a course. This access is normally given in mid-July for incoming medical students.

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Last modified: Apr 24, 2019
Need some help?

Christina Magnifico is the Program Director for Medical Education Technology. Keiran Beadnell is the M1 Medical Education Technologist, and Nick Edwards is the M2 Medical Education Technologist for the Office of Medical Education. Their office is at 3045 Robinson.

Search the ServiceNow knowledge base or open an online ticket. You may also call the Jayhawk Tech Clinics at 913-945-9999, option 2.

Wichita students should contact the Wichita Help Desk at 316-293-2605 or email Wichita IT.

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