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Are written lab reports on their way out?

During my recent attendance at Ithaca College’s annual EdTech Day, I found value in a session entitled “Flipping a STEM non-Majors Course.” The presentation was made by a group faculty from the Rochester Institute of Technology who represented a range

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Welcoming Rosie the Robot

Academic Technologies has just acquired a Double Telepresence Robot . We’ve named her ‘Rosie’ in honor of the wisecracking robot from the Jetsons that some of us (ahem) older technologists grew up with. A Double is a remotely controlled, mobile

Posted in Classroom Tech, Video

Swivl allows your video camera to follow you (in a good way) while teaching!

                                Lecture capture, or recording video of your courses for later use, often online, is becoming a common practice on college and university campuses -and

Posted in Classroom Tech, Video

10 Tools for Teaching in 2014

10 Innovative Tools for Teaching… and how Academic Technologies can help! 1. Use the iPad to create dynamic, media-rich lectures or for data collection on-the-fly. 2. Easily host your own class, lab, or research-based website using the blog service. 3. Painlessly record

Posted in Classroom Tech, Training

Annotation Smackdown

Academic Technologies recently partnered with Kathryn Dimiduk, Director of the James McCormick Family Teaching Excellence Institute in the College of Engineering, to host the “Annotation Smackdown” event where faculty and IT service providers were invited to try out various classroom annotation

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