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Since 2001, the Academic Technologies team has completed over 150 projects with Cornell faculty. Please explore the project summaries and see how a wide range of technologies were used to address teaching and learning challenges.

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Agriculture and Life Sciences


Integrating Course Alumni into Classroom Learning

Lucy Fisher and Terry Tucker

Alumni share their field experiences and connect with students by contributing case studies and collecting case studies on a website.


Merged Individual Blogs to Bring Students Together

Tarleton Gillespie

A course on emerging communication technologies requires students to create, read and rate blogs as a means of enhancing writing and critical thinking.


Blurring the Boundaries: Collaborative learning

Geri Gay and Jeff Hancock

Students made their work visible and even public with blogs, personal mobile devices and the use of multiple screens in the classroom.

Hotel Administration


Improving Visual Communication in Business Presentations: Principles and Practices

Amy Newman and David Lennox

Students in these business communication courses increase their visual literacy to improve their presentations and make them more persuasive.

Industrial and Labor Relations


Ph.D. Methods for IR/HR Multi-University Network

Diane Burton

This multi-university course explores distance learning and collaboration tools. The content will be developed at Cornell and at participating universities.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)


Creating an Interactive Digital Portal

Billie Jean Isbell

This teaching tool enables students to communicate across disciplines and learn about Vicos, Peru ... a multifaceted subject that spans disciplines.

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