Services for Teachers
The following are popular I.T. services available for the Carver College of Medicine teaching community. A complete listing of services is available through our A-Z listing.
Provides technology and presentation support to general use classrooms and meeting spaces in Carver College of Medicine facilities. Support personnel will prioritize requests and facilitate the most efficient and effective solution to your course, event or problem.
This service provides the capability to assess student performance using computer based exams. Exams can be tailored using several different question types, and can include audio clips and images. Student results are kept indefinitely and are backed up on multiple secure servers. Exams are controlled by a variety of methods, namely, use of a secure browser, scrambling questions, and use of a timer.
This service provides desktop support to all college personnel. Our desktop staff will troubleshoot and resolve IT issues elevated to them from the Healthcare Information Systems Help Desk. Support personnel will prioritize requests and facilitate the most efficient and effective solution to your IT issues.
This project brings a premier Electronic Medical Record (EMR) environment to the classroom, where it will be utilized as an educational tool within the curriculum and to facilitate interprofessional education. Students can interact with the medical record as a clinician to review a patient’s medical history and result reports, document a visit and place orders for medications and procedures.
Use of Healthcare e-mail is the preferred service in the college; however, we realize there are some with the necessity to use HAWK mail. Both services provide email and calendaring to all users. You can schedule meetings with faculty, staff and students. Using Microsoft Exchange 2010, you can create and manage tasks, store contacts, synchronize information with mobile devices and access information using Outlook Web Access.
This service provides administrative support for ICON (Iowa Courses Online), the interactive web space for University of Iowa courses. Using ICON, faculty/staff can setup a course space that students can use to view content, download material, engage in discussion groups, submit assignments, take quizzes, check grades, and collaborate with one another.
This service focuses on advising faculty, staff and students about the IT services available to them. In addition to providing advice and making recommendations, the service also assists with planning, deploying and implementing new IT services.
This service provides UI Healthcare staff, patients and visitors assistance with mobile devices including smartphones, laptops and iDevices through a variety of ways including DYI directions and Drop-By Services.
This service provides administrative and technical support to faculty and staff interested in the use of simulation in the college. We will consult with our staff, customers and vendors to evaluate technical solutions, improve our current infrastructure, and facilitate future upgrades. Simulation in the college ranges from patient based assessment to virtual patient simulators.
This service provides administrative support to faculty and staff who are looking to purchase a software license, or inquire about what software is already available to them. We will work with our customers and vendors to evaluate the best possible solution, achieve the best pricing, and ensure the licensing meets university contract/licensing requirements.
This service provides the capability to receive immediate student feedback by "polling" students inside or outside of your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. The use of these "clicker" devices can make your classes more interactive, facilitate discussion, and help guide your lectures. The Carver College of Medicine has purchased 200 of these devices for your use in classroom presentation.
This service provides the capability to record (capture) what happens in classrooms, conference rooms, and office computers and make it available digitally. Examples are lectures, meetings and conferences. Captures in their simplest form are audio recordings, however, the capability exists to capture audio, along with a presentation and a video where available.
This service provides the faculty, staff and students with access to online microscopic images. These images can be resized, and annotated to enhance the learning experience for students.