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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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Architecture, Art and Planning

2004

Fabrication Technology Program

Paul Andersen

Intensive, studio-based course and lab where students can explore emerging fabrication technologies and their potential applications in architecture.

Arts and Sciences

2004

Interactive Tools for Evaluation and Tutorial Support in Elementary Scientific Mathematics

Robert Thorne

Web-based interactive tutorials enable students to review, assess and practice elementary math skills ranging from log-log plots to sines and cosines.

Improving Interactive Learning in Large Enrollment Introductory Chemistry Courses

Paul Chirik

A polling system increases engagement in a large enrollment General Chemistry course and projection is updated to increase visibility of materials.

Implementation and Adaptation of Web Audio Lab to three language courses

Richard Feldman and Slava Paperno

Instructors use an online tool for recording and tracking student assignments in foreign language courses.

Law School

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.

College of Veterinary Medicine

2005

Computer-generated Cases for Fluid Therapy

Richard Rawson

Introducing veterinary students to interactive simulations of dog patients provided opportunities for deeper understanding, practice, and greater confidence.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)

2005

Improving Student Feedback and Teacher Interaction in a Large Classroom Setting

Richard Burkhauser

In an introductory economics course, students need to memorize concepts, but more importantly they need to be able to apply them to social problems.

A Virtual Tour Through Time and Space: Lessons from Vicos, Peru on Sustainability

Billie Jean Isbell

Visually rich, web-based virtual tours of Vicos, Peru accompany instructional modules on various topics including Cornell's history in the development of Vicos.

Playing with Space and Time: An interdisciplinary approach to creativity in the arts and sciences.

Barry Perlus and Margaret Corbit

This art studio course brought together a diversity of students to create projects with new and traditional media around the universal themes of space and time.

A System to Make Video Content Accessible on the Web (Histories of the Future)

Rachel Prentice and Suman Seth

A process for digitizing video clips (while respecting copyright) for in- and out of class use was developed for a course focused on film and science fiction.

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