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Learn more about U-M accounts and changing your UMICH (Level-1) and Michigan Medicine (Level-2) passwords.
All Michigan Medicine faculty, staff, and students can access the following Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Get application guidance and support for your project.
See information and updates for applications requested by the community, which are not currently in our application portfolio.
Watch short how-to videos for room technology and schedule on-demand training.
Get in-person support for tech issues in select classrooms.
Computer training rooms can be reserved by Michigan Medicine units that need to conduct classroom training sessions that require computers.
HITS collaborates with teams across Michigan Medicine and beyond to develop data and analytics solutions to support the work of leaders, researchers, clinicians, educators, and administrators to make strategic, data-driven decisions.
HITS oversees the populating, reliability, and access to many of the data sets used within Michigan Medicine, including the ones listed below.
Below are some of the most commonly-used tools to access, research, and display the data sets within HITS.
If you need to purchase a new computing device for your unit, HITS can help.
Dropbox at U-M is a secure, cloud-based storage option for storing all types of files and collaborating with colleagues inside and outside of U-M. All active Michigan Medicine faculty, staff, and students can access Dropbox at U-M.
Learn more about hybrid-ready spaces, room reservations and training, and teaching applications.
Request a Windows PC computer configured specifically for researchers.
Access resources to Fluency Direct, a speech solution for free-form dictations of medical reports into Windows and web-based Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).
Explore high-performance computing options for researchers.
Move large data sets for computation with Michigan Medicine's high-speed research network.
Get a secure PC, Mac, or Linux computer built ready for work at Michigan Medicine.
Several Medical School spaces support hybrid learning to engage students who are in the classroom or joining remotely.
Start here to get your IT questions answered for new and evolving projects.
Learn about IT services and resources that support research and education, offered by HITS and others throughout the university.
Get a secure, supported Linux environment built for researchers.
Review and access common medical education sites and applications used at UMMS.