Available Portal Organization Alternatives to the Faculty of Medicine

Short description

Available applications to support administration and collaboration duties include QUERCUS, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive.

Listserv (UTORlist)

Short description

LISTSERV is a system for disseminating information to large groups of people, or supporting group discussions via email.

Learning Portal (Blackboard)

Short description

The Learning Portal (Blackboard) is the University’s institutionally-supported learning management system (LMS) and secure portal.

Mobile Application Development (MADLab)

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The MADLab is a student-centric facility, at the heart of the Downtown campus, devoted to accelerating mobile software development at UofT.

Security Training

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Both online and group training are available regarding tools, techniques, and best practices for end-user computing in the University environment.

Service Desk

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The Discovery Commons Service Desk provides front-line support for and access to almost all the IT services provided by the Faculty of Medicine—and even for some select University IT services.

Student Email (ONE Mail Direct)

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ONE Mail Direct is an email service run by eHealth Ontario designed specifically to allow Ontario health care providers and learners to send personal health information (PHI) securely between registered users. Discovery Commons coordinates the creation of ONE Mail Direct accounts for medical students and residents.

Student Email (UTMail+)

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UTmail+ is the student email and calendar service at the University of Toronto. The service is powered by Microsoft’s platform and supports integrated email, calendaring, contacts and task lists.

Videoconferencing

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Discovery Commons offers videoconference solutions (including with clinical sites via the Ontario Telemedicine Network) in select meeting rooms.

Computer Software Purchasing (LSO)

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The purchasing of licensed software at the University of Toronto is through the Licensed Software Office (the LSO) at the Information Commons.

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