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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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Computing and Information Science

2009

Self-paced, Online Course Development for Emerging Internet Technologies

David Williamson

Online, self-paced courses on emerging technologies introduce Information Science students to new technical platforms, programs and languages.

Engineering

2009

Resource Bank for Active Learning

Chris Schaffer and Kathryn Dimiduk

A searchable database for faculty to create questions with the Active Learning Strategies method. Feedback mechanisms enable users to vet and improve content.

Balancing Mass, Energy, and Student Interest

Kathryn Dimiduk and Susan Daniel

New teaching and active learning techniques promote student diversity and interest in the field of chemical engineering.

Hotel Administration

2009

AV Clip Collection for Organizational Behavior

Tony Simons

Illustrating concepts of organizational behavior through video clips and blog posts deepens student understanding and recognition of these behaviors.

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.

Industrial and Labor Relations

2009

Ph.D. Methods for IR/HR Multi-University Network

Diane Burton

This multi-university course explores distance learning and collaboration tools. The content will be developed at Cornell and at participating universities.

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.

College of Veterinary Medicine

2009

An Interactive Simulator for Veterinary Training

Daniel Fletcher

High-fidelity canine and feline simulators train veterinary students to deal with life threatening emergencies and the critically ill.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)

2009

Composing Literacies: Writing at Cornell

Jami Carlacio

Self-reflective interviews and surveys are a powerful means for students to use in discovering their skills and determining their learning.

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.

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