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NYUSM Google Apps

The NYUSM Google Apps service has been retired.  


MCIT now offers MCIT Cloud Drive by Box.com accounts as a replacement for this service.  Learn more here.


All students and faculty who logged into the NYUSM Google Apps prior to February can continue using this service - your data are unaffected.   Any NYUSM students or faculty seeking new accounts are welcome to use their personal Google Docs accounts.  

MCIT does not host, maintain or secure the content in Google Apps. Therefore, you must be responsible for backing up and securing any content they may choose to place in the Google Apps domain. For example, MCIT cannot recover an accidentally deleted file, nor will Google provide this service.

Never include any protected health information or write-ups that include detailed health information that could potential identify patients or other members of the NYULMC community in any of the Google Apps. Exercise good judgment when using these tools.


Questions? Email us.










 
Google Drive Create and share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online, and download them to your favorite desktop applications. Great for collaborative projects, in and out of class. Getting Started with Docs
Google Sites Team website creation with videos, images, gadgets, and documents integration. Great for internal class project sites, small club or event sites. Getting Started with Sites
Google Calendar Google Calendar makes it easy to create calendars for clubs, events, and more. Calendar Help


Trouble Logging In? Click on the title of a tool below to get started. You will be asked to log in using a brief two-step process:
  1. On the Google login page, enter your NYULMC kerberos ID followed by @med.nyu.edu (ex. doej01@med.nyu.edu) and your password. Click 'Continue'.
  2. This will then take you to the NYULMC login screen where you enter your kerberos ID and password again to login.
Frequently Asked Questions (email us more)
What can learners do?
Any learner has the ability to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, even entire websites. Students can control who can see or collaboratively edit the sites and documents. You can upload videos (we need to provide you with permission to upload video, email us to request it.) Students can also send us feedback. What works? What doesn't work? Tell us success stories or ideas on how to use this to help you study.

I want to share a document/site with just a few people, how do I add them?
Sharing a document with a few colleagues for viewing and/or editing is easy. See the documentation for Google Drive or Sites for the specifics of how to share and grant permissions with others. We have loaded all of the medical students into your NYUSM Google Apps contacts. Just click 'Choose from contacts' from the Sharing screen and search for your friends to add them.

What about privacy and access?
You can share your documents and websites with as many users of our Google Apps as you like, and to the larger NYUMC community. You can control which users can see your content. You could give access to your study group, all students and faculty in the pilot, or just you. Administrators within the Division of Educational Informatics (and those at Google) are able to view all content within the NYUSM Google Apps site, even if it is not shared with anyone.

Can I create a public website using gsites?
**If you want a website you created in our Google Sites application, email us to request it. Sites you create here can be public to the world, we just need a request from you to grant the permission within the system.

I deleted my homework, can you help?
MCIT does not host, maintain or secure the content in Google Apps. Therefore, you must be responsible for backing up and securing any content they may choose to place in the Google Apps domain. For example, MCIT cannot recover an accidentally deleted file, nor will Google provide this service.

Other important notes:
Never include any protected health information or write-ups that include detailed health information that could potential identify patients in any of the Google Apps. Exercise good judgment when using these tools.

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