Make sure your device meets the Minimum Technology Recommendations for the School of Medicine. Contact Dr. Mark Eaton, or Christina Magnifico if you have questions or concerns regarding your device. Use of netbooks, Chromebooks, iPads, Android tablets, or smart phones as your primary device is NOT recommended. You WILL need another device as your primary device, particularly for testing.
Watch tutorials provided on the Guides and Tutorials page before Orientation Week. Suggested tutorials include: Office 365, Sharepoint, SofTest/ExamSoft, OneNote, OASIS, and Blackboard.
Jayhawk Tech Clinics are available for technology support. Visit them on the 3rd floor of Taylor, upper floor of Dykes Library, contact them by phone at 913-945-9999 option 2, or open a support ticket online if you have questions concerning your device hardware, installing/downloading software, accessing SOM systems, or general questions about campus technology.
Beginning July 17th, you may check access to your Class Sharepoint Site (Class of 2021). If you don't yet have access, contact Dr. Mark Eaton sometime before Orientation Week begins. You will NOT be given access to other class sites.
Make sure that you have antivirus software installed on your device. Information Resources suggests Windows Defender for MS (Windows devices), and ClamXav for MacOS.
Install both Firefox and Chrome on your device. Update the browsers before arriving on campus.
Browse the Recommended Mobile Apps Subject Guide, for helpful apps and tips.
Download and install Softest/Examsoft on your device after you have your login information (login to www.examsoft.com/kumc) .
Familiarize yourself with the names and terms used to reference technology used at KUMC by reviewing the Glossary of Commonly Used Terms.
During orientation week, Jayhawk Tech Clinic (IT Help Desk) associates will be on hand to troubleshoot issues with your device. Associates will show you how to sync your email/calendars to your mobile device, connect to the campus wireless network, access email, and help you access systems you will need during your time as a medical student at the University of Kansas Medical School.