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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


Mapping the Cayuga Lake Watershed

M. Todd Walter

Building on a prior project, this collaborative map of the Cayuga Lake watershed is enhanced with new features and new engaging student assignments.


Research-based Case Studies in Molecular Microscopy

Susan Merkel and William Ghiorse

Case studies that enable students to access more advanced microscopic techniques and explore how they apply to real-world problems.

Development and Implementation of a Spatial Data Exploration System (SPADES) for Undergraduate Instruction

Charles Smith

(GIS) geographic information systems display spatially referenced information, revolutionizing student capacity to evaluate patterns in space and time.


Mobile Information and Computing in the Environmental Sciences (MICES)

Charles Greene

Supporting undergraduate research in environmental sciences by enabling students to collect and share data from in the field.

Arts and Sciences


Helping students evaluate Islamist moderation

David Patel

Technologies that assist learners in searching across scholarly articles for patterns and trends increases the understanding and recognition of these patterns.


Internet Based Social Science Laboratory

Michael Macy

Exploration of potential solutions to enable students in beginning quantitative methods courses to analyze real data in a virtual social science laboratory.

Human Ecology


Interior Architypes Project | Expanded

Jan Jennings and Kathleen Gibson

A searchable photographic and research database of contemporary interior design practices that are derived from reiterative historical designs.

Industrial and Labor Relations


Interactive Model for Teaching Research Skills

Christian Miller

An online tutorial for students in all classes that addresses intellectual property issues in an engaging way, using quizzing and interactive animations.

Law School


Law in Action

Annelise Riles

Undergrads considering law need exposure to real-world issues: legal, ethical, and social issues are raised in case-studies on local hot-topic legal issues.


Pervasive Legal Instruction in Empirical Methods

Kevin Clermont and Theodore Eisenberg

Web-based interactive tutorials that develop statistical literacy and an online database of federal judicial cases that provide access to primary data.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)


Putting Watershed Education on the Map

M. Todd Walter and Rich Stedman

A collaborative map allows students in engineering and in the social sciences to collect and share data about the Cayuga Lake watershed.


A VRE for Language Acquisition and Cognitive Science

Barbara Lust

Components were developed to build a virtual research environment for language acquisition studies that links primary resources and teaching materials.


Integrating digital multimedia resources in two interdisciplinary language development courses

Barbara Lust

Digitized audio-video materials on methodology, research tools, and research examples support students with varied experience and background in this area.

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