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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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Law School

2009

Interactions between Social Science and Law

Valerie Hans

An interactive web site describes the use of social science in legal cases through in-depth case studies.

2008

Collaboration on Legal Documents

Sital Kalantry

Solutions that seek to improve the process of collaboratively writing complex legal documents with students.

2007

Property Law

Gregory Alexander

Web-based materials supplement a law course, producing the suggestion that students developed a feeling of ownership for the course.

2006

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.

2005

Financial Institutions e-Coursebook and Support Site

Robert Hockett

Complexity and rapid change in financial institutions require a more dynamic alternative to the static text book for teaching financial intermediation.

2004

French Law in Action: Civil and Criminal Courtroom Practice in a Comparative Perspective.Focus on Lawyering Skills.

Claire Germain

"French Trials" combines different web-based digital media to describe, demonstrate and explain French cultural and legal concepts.

2003

Extending Borders in Teaching Law

Claire Germain

French Law in Action: A multimedia exploration of legal realities via case studies, judge/lawyer interviews, and virtual visits to courtrooms and law offices.

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)

2009

Using Virtual World Technologies to Teach Ethics

Carol Grumbach and Park Doing

Students in an engineering course and a government course learn about issues in engineering and legal ethics by assuming different roles in a virtual world.

Memory and the Law Technology Enhancement

Charles Brainerd

Extending and repurposing the material in a cross-college course so that it can be viewed by learners in non-university settings.

2008

Using Virtual World Technologies to Teach Ethics

Carol Grumbach and Park Doing

This Engineering Ethics course used virtual world technology to give students insight into the issues regarding remediation of a polluted site in Ithaca.

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