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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


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.


Mushrooming on the Internet

Kathie Hodge

The engaging text and stunning photographs of Hodge's blog benefitted from a custom design that encourages visual browsing of a world best viewed up close.

Arts and Sciences


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.

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.

Johnson Graduate School of Management


SimUWrite, Inc.

Angela Noble-Grange

Providing learners with business communication role-playing technologies and simulations both deepens the learning and prepares them for real-world scenarios.

Law School


Collaboration on Legal Documents

Sital Kalantry

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

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)


Literature and Digital Organisms in Evolution

Kelly Zamudio

By developing an electronic “paper-dissection” tool, learners can interact with a faculty-deconstructed paper to understand how scientific papers are written.

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