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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

2008

Integrated Approach to Microscopy Teaching

Barbara Eaglesham

Providing instructional materials in the lab and enabling active participation in creation of digital images enriches the microscopy lab environment.

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.

Virtual Drawing Board for Landscape Arch & Design

Deni Ruggeri

High resolution image digitization and audio conferencing enable iterative dialog about design between students, instructors and others regardless of location.

Architecture, Art and Planning

2008

Integrating New Technologies

Patricia Phillips

New tools and technologies support development of a critical axis of courses in contemporary theory and criticism.

Arts and Sciences

2008

Helping students evaluate Islamist moderation

David Patel

Technologies that assist learners in searching across scholarly articles for patterns and trends increases the understanding and recognition of these patterns.

Rotating Fluids in Astronomy and Earth Sciences

Donald Banfield and Peter Gierasch

Rotating tank demonstration experiments help students visualize concepts of geophysical fluid dynamics and prove useful in several courses.

At the Intersection of Internet and Cinema

Sabine Haenni

This project for a film course provided after-class access to the films being studied as well as materials that promote analytic skills.

Computing and Information Science

2008

Computer Science Course Management System

Andrew Myers

This customized CMS focuses on improving workflow for assignment submission, TA allocation, grading, regrade requests, scheduling meetings and surveying.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)

2009

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.

Online Active Learning Modules for Large Classes

Elizabeth Balko

Active learning modules provide self-assessment review of course content and prepare students for their prelims and final exams.

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