Technology Guides and Tutorials

Below are resources that you may find helpful when using the various technologies required in the medical education program.

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JayDocs (LCMS+)

JayDocs is the Learning Content Management System (LCMS) for the KU School of Medicine. It is a curriculum management enterprise application designed specifically for healthcare education.

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Office 365

All medical students have a university Office 365 account which provides cloud storage and access to applications used in the School of Medicine.

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OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is a digital note-taking application where you can aggregate text, images, and free-form writing.

Aperio

Aperio Digital Images

Aperio is the ePathology tool for viewing digital images. Webscope provides an online capability without downloading any software. In most cases this is all you will need. ImageScope is optional and requires downloading a client app. It has some advanced features you may wish to use.

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WebDrive

WebDrive is a legacy technology used by some students to connect to KUMC file servers via the Internet. For SOM2019, shared files on the "o-drive" (such as the Student Share folder) have been moved to SharePoint. In addition the preferred method of personal file storage is Office 365. Use WebDrive if your class has not moved to SharePoint and you still need access to KUMC file servers.

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Santesoft DICOM Image Viewer

Cloud Storage

 Storage Options

 

Last modified: Jun 17, 2015
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