The Office of Educational Technology for the School of Medicine, hosted under the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education, provides faculty and students in the School of Medicine with instructional support and design technologies. Staff is available for consultation and/or to provide technical assistance for the various software and hardware technologies that support the curriculum. Supported academic software/hardware applications include the Leo Curriculum Management System, Yuja Lecture Capture, Turning Point Audience Response System, ExamSoft, NBME secure browser, Virtual Microscopy, and Zoom.
A state-of-the-art Radiology Teaching Suite contains a classroom that is specially equipped with a smartboard and video display technologies electronically linked to an Anatomage™ table. This virtual dissection table features a touch-interactive display system that realistically depicts a living human’s anatomy. Student learning is enhanced by its digital library which includes over 120 pathological examples.
The curriculum for the M.D. program is loaded in the Leo Curriculum Management System, a sophisticated, centralized calendar-driven learning management system, allowing faculty to clearly map educational program objectives, curriculum content, instructional methods, and assessment measures directly to courses and clerkships. The system also offers patient encounter tracking capabilities and evaluation and assessment components.
Director of Educational Technology
Instructional Technology Specialist