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Building Connections: 2013/2014 MedIT Performance Report

Building Connections: 2013/2014 MedIT Performance Report

This report highlights some of the accomplishments of our team, along with our partners and customers, over the 2013/2014 fiscal year in service of the Faculty of Medicine’s needs.

Meet the Collaboration Technologies Analyst team: Different name, same team

Meet the Collaboration Technologies Analyst team: Different name, same team

King Siu and Jing Jing, of MedIT’s Collaboration Technologies portfolio, have changed their team name in order to clarify the services they provide.

Malcolm Petch receives Staff Award of Excellence

Malcolm Petch receives Staff Award of Excellence

Petch’s exemplary customer service skills when supporting AV needs have gained the recognition (and appreciation) of his colleagues at UBC Okanagan.

MedIT finds new technology solution to meet evolving program needs

MedIT finds new technology solution to meet evolving program needs

Digital whiteboards allow UBC’s distributed medical residents to collaborate more effectively.

The new MedIT “Services” page has launched

The new MedIT “Services” page has launched

Find information about IT services that support health education, research, and administration in the Faculty of Medicine.

Mobile Learning: What is it and what does it mean for health education?

Mobile Learning: What is it and what does it mean for health education?

MedIT’s Clare Newlands and Diana Parks draw out the meaning behind the buzz-word.

Key themes from BCNET 2014

Key themes from BCNET 2014

Earlier this month Higher Education IT professionals from across the province gathered in Vancouver for the 2014 BCNET Conference. MedIT was there to listen, discuss and share.

Enabling Change: MedIT’s 2012/2013 Performance Report

Enabling Change: MedIT’s 2012/2013 Performance Report

MedIT is pleased to announce the release of our 2012/2013 Performance Report, “Enabling Change.”

Students using "clickers" for an ARS session.

Putting a new twist on familiar technology

How learners and instructors are making audience response system technology their own.

Sharing knowledge across Canada to improve medical program delivery

Sharing knowledge across Canada to improve medical program delivery

The inaugural National Technician Exchange sought to answer the question, “what can we do better, together?”