OIT has created a series of short fun training videos on a range of subjects. Watch now
The Office of Information Technology is leading the way in providing the Florida State University College of Medicine with advanced information technology resources to enhance the university’s standard of excellence in medical education and research.
OIT will begin updating our real time communication and collaboration programs Saturday, June 21st, 2015. Skype can be use to communicate and collaborate with colleagues in real-time via instant messaging, audio calls, video calls, web conferencing and desktop sharing.
Every week Help Desk technicians will walk the MED school in the morning to provide one-on-one IT assistance.
Weekly Rounds Schedule:
Tuesday Thrasher Building starting at 9:00am
Thursday BioMed Building starting at 9:00am
The FSU College of Medicine Office of Information Technology was featured in an ED Tech article title "Colleges Enhance Collaboration with Unified Communications".
The Benefits of Telemedicine in Panama: Dr. Mark Stavros recently made his eighth trip to Panama with a group of medical students to help provide care to residents in a remote area. View video
Congratulations to several members of the Office of Information Technology for receiving a certificate of commendation in the Prudential-Davis Productivity Awards competition as members of the Faculty Data Management System development team.
Dr. John Van Wingen presented "IT Support for Distributed Medical School Model" poster at the annual AAMC Group on Information Resources conference. View Poster
FSU faculty and staff now have access to Lynda.com, an online training resource. Lynda.com is an learning company that helps anyone learn software, design, and skills to achieve their goals. More information