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Projects

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

2003

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.

Architecture, Art and Planning

2006

Online Database of South Asian Architecture and Landscape

Bonnie MacDougall

A previously uncatalogued and inaccessible treasure-trove of unique photographs of relatively unknown buildings was made widely available online.

Arts and Sciences

2009

Teaching the History of Television

Nicholas Salvato

The challenge was to provide students with access to 100s of TV episodes, and make viewing and commenting on the episodes easy for this large intro class.

2007

Enhancing Introductory Physics Digitally

Matthias Liepe

Enhancing the learning experience for Physics students - both in lecture and with archived material for students to obtain online was the goal of this project.

Resources for Writing Instructors

Elliot Shapiro

The goal of providing online access to award-winning examples of course materials resulted in an institutional repository that spanned decades of materials.

Human Ecology

2009

Stakeholder Network Simulation Tool and Database

Ying Hua

A database of building case studies and video recordings of class sessions bridges the connection between students, stakeholders and professionals.

2008

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.

Law School

2002

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)

2003

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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