School of Medicine Education Technologies

medical students using tablets

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 (WebDrive).  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 Windows based Microsoft OneNote or other note taking and organizational tools. 

Resources used in the KUSoM program:

JayDocs - access through https://jaydocs.kumc.edu (Firefox preferred browser)
 Use your KUMC login and password

Podcasts - available in WMV/MP3 formats through JayDocs and WebDrive 

Aperio (Digital Pathology) - Download link available at myKUMC under the Computing tab.  Access through http://aperio.kumc.edu (IE preferred browser)
 Login credentials will be given to you on campus.

WebDrive - allows you to connect to myFiles from your home PC
 Access download information from the Computing tab after logging in to myKUMC

GoPrint - Driver for printing wirelessly in Dykes Library. 
  Access download information from the Computing tab after logging in to myKUMC

Free Dicom Viewers - CT image viewers
  SanteSoft -  Access download information from the Computing tab after logging in to myKUMC 

 Osirix Free Viewer for Mac - follow instructions 

iClickers - Audience Response System

Individualized codes will be distributed during orientation.

Software License Resources available at no cost for students
  Windows Upgrades
  Microsoft Office (Windows and Mac) - Windows version includes OneNote
  Access download information from the Computing tab after logging in to myKUMC

Adding Outlook to your Mobile Device 
 
 Directions for adding access to sync your mobile devices to Outlook

Minimum Technology Recommendations

Information Resources Student Device Support Information

Last modified: Dec 19, 2014
Need some help?

Mark Eaton is the program director for medical education technology.

Contact the Jayhawk Tech Clinics at 913-588-7995 or open an online ticket.

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