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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


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.

Collaborative International Conservation Tools

James Lassoie and Richard Herring

Linking students at Cornell with conservation practitioners via on-line networking tools engaged students in 'real world' research.

Learning through Listening: Audio Transects of NY

Andrea Hammer

This project exposed students to the concept that a landscape also consists of the sounds and stories associated with it as well as the physical aspects.

Arts and Sciences


Enhancing Introductory Physics Digitally

Matthias Liepe

Enhancing the learning experience for Physics students - both in lecture and with archived material for students to obtain online was the goal of this project.

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.

Digital Video for Studying 2D Mechanics

Erich Mueller and Philip Krasicky

Digital video capture and analysis system lets students record and analyze 2-dimensional motions of objects, enhancing understanding of challenging concepts.

Computing and Information Science


Self-paced Computing-Programming Courses

David Gries

Online courses give students the opportunity to learn essential programming skills at their own pace.

College of Veterinary Medicine


Study Design Tutorial

Peter Scrivani

Students gain understanding of different types of research studies appropriate for patient-based research via a guided tutorial, videos, and animations.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)


Incorporating Distance Technologies into Education 331

Glenn Applebee

Students in Education 331 gain first hand experience in developing and delivering training via distance learning technologies to extension staff in the field.

Learning Through the Power of Voice

John Forester and Scott Peters

Incorporating audio interview recordings into course resources, assignments and presentations captures additional meaning in the nuances of voice and tone.

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