Adding Your Photo to MEdTech Central

Adding a picture of yourself to MEdTech Central is an important part of completing your online profile, primarily because it assists our learners with identifying who you are while they are completing course and faculty evaluations.

To add your photo to your MEdTech Central profile:

  1. Log into MEdTech Central.
  2. Click on “My Profile” in the top right, near the picture box.
    MEdTech Central: My Profile
  3. Hover your mouse over the picture box, and click “Upload Photo”.
    MEdTech Central: Upload Photo
  4. “Browse” for your photo on your computer, then click “Upload”.
    MEdTech Central: Select Photo

 

If you would like some assistance uploading your photo to MEdTech Central, the Education Technology Unit would be happy to assist. Contact us today at 613-533-6000 x74294 or healthsci.support@queensu.ca.

4 Responses to Adding Your Photo to MEdTech Central

  1. Matt Dumas says:

    Thank you Matt. Is there any way to add a photo that I can declare as the Official one? I never did like the pixelated one that was on my profile as a resident, and the grey outline that’s there now is even less pleasing to the eye. Thank you for your assistance.

  2. Matt Simpson says:

    Hello Matt. Thanks for the question. Your official photo can only be changed by administrative staff as is it used by staff and faculty for person identification purposes.

  3. Genevieve Digby says:

    Hi. I have uploaded a new photo. However, there is still an old “official” one which won’t go away. That’s my picture from my first day of med school and now that I’m almost done residency, I’d like a more recent/professional one! How do I change it? Does it have to come from your end?

    • Matt Simpson says:

      Hello Genevieve. Thank you for the great question. Adding (or in your case updating) resident photos is actually a project that we are in the middle of right now, and we are working with the PGME office to coordinate this. Unfortunately we do not allow users to change their “official” photo as it is used by staff and faculty for identification purposes.

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