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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


Enhancing Active Learning with Video Clips

Dennis Miller and Robert Gravani

The equipment and training for supplementing lectures with video clips from food and nutrition experts proved to enhance the student learning experience.

Enhancing Laboratory Exercises in Applied Plant Science

Chris Wien and Stefan Einarson

Online modules showing dynamic progression of plant growth supplement laboratory exercises that depend on momentary exposure to live plant samples.

Blurring the Boundaries: Collaborative learning

Geri Gay and Jeff Hancock

Students made their work visible and even public with blogs, personal mobile devices and the use of multiple screens in the classroom.

Architecture, Art and Planning


Online Database of South Asian Architecture and Landscape

Bonnie MacDougall

A previously uncatalogued and inaccessible treasure-trove of unique photographs of relatively unknown buildings was made widely available online.

Arts and Sciences


Technology Resources for Physics 101-102

Raphael Littauer

Building on previous work: Development of online resources supports interactive distributed learning and flexible testing for introductory physics students.

Intercultural Literacy Acquisition

Ute Maschke

Students acquire intercultural literacy by exploring media landscapes and interacting with collaboration tools and environments within a German Studies course.

Integration of Digitized Visual Images in Teaching

Hiro Miyazaki

Even in this digital age, showing foreign films in analog and digital formats during lecture was a challenge, especially when using multiple classrooms.

Computing and Information Science


A Robotics-based Introduction to Computer Science

Ramin Zabih

Asking students to teach robots, enables them to learn the basics of programming while dispelling the idea that computer science is all about tedious coding.

College of Veterinary Medicine


Interactive Modules for Cardiovascular Medicine

Marc Kraus

Different imaging modalities combine to facilitate 3D understanding of the heart and develop the ability to recognize the effects of common cardiac diseases.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)


Enhanced ITA Support Via Instructional Technology

Kimberly Kenyon and Theresa Pettit

The International Teaching Assistant program uses technology for student self-assessment and to give feedback on speaking, listening and teaching assignments.

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