Technology-enhanced classrooms support audio/video feeds from the Kanbar Simulation Center and other remote sites, as well as multiple LCD displays for active learning modalities. Multiple physical configurations are possible: movable partitions convert 10- and 24-seat rooms to 20- and 48-seats; flexible furniture can be configured to meet the needs of each session. Get details on reserving these classrooms (CL210-CL223) from UCSF's Educational Technology Services, or check room availability.
The Kanbar Center for Simulation, Clinical Skills, and Telemedicine Education supports UCSF's educational mission of teaching, learning, and assessment through simulation. Learning activities at the Kanbar Center cover the entire spectrum of patient care, from practice of history taking and physical examination to interprofessional team training and procedural skills practice. Get more information about learning and teaching with simulation and upcoming events at the Kanbar Center website.
The Tech Commons offers students a comfortable place to use over 50 computers and receive drop-in assistance with technology. Reserve the 20-seat computer classroom, or request the entire lab of 46 Windows computers and 10 Macs to hold computer-based instructional sessions and online exams. Height adjustable desks and computer walk stations offer students healthy options for getting their work done. Take advantage of the many services offered.
The Learning Technologies Group facilitates and promotes effective use of multimedia and computer-based resources in the UCSF curricula. Expert staff provide instruction and consultation to assist faculty, staff, and students in the use of the Collaborative Learning Environment and in the development of rich media content. Multimedia workstations support video and audio editing; video and audio recording equipment is available for loan. Learn more about these services and how to get started.
The Teaching and Learning Center supports Telemedicine @ UCSF and SFGH by providing an environment in which to prepare trainees to deliver next generation health care.