The Laboratory for Educational Technology (LET) is available to all Health Sciences faculty, staff, and students as a resource to enable and achieve your technology-related educational goals. We can meet with you and your team to advise on the use


Most of the applications we provide for the School of Medicine have been developed in-house by our skilled team of software developers.  Our applications are custom tailored to meet the needs of the student and faculty and are deeply integrated


The Lab’s staff is dedicated to providing quality service and technologies to the students and faculty of the School of Medicine.  Please feel free to contact us at any time regarding the services that we offer. The Laboratory for Educational

New In Navigator: Virtual Slides

Virtual Slides

Virtual Slides allow students to inspect high resolution Pathology slides online.  Now in Navigator, faculty can annotate slides with markers and sections to facilitate student learning. Using a modern, open-source web-based viewer for high-resolution zoomable images called OpenSeadragon, virtual

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New in Navigator: Matching Exercises

Matching Exercises

Navigator self-assessments now have the ability to contain matching questions.  Using the same technology that we use for our Virtual Slides, course directors can annotate diagrams or regular images.  These annotations can be turned into a matching practice exercise for

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Lab Director Wins Excellence in Teaching Award

May 2018 James B. McGee, MD, received the University/Postsecondary Educator award presented by the Carnegie Science Center for his work with virtual patients. His interview is featured in the video link below. Source:   May 2016 The University of

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