Learning Technologies

The Center facilities the exploration, implementation, and assessment of new and emerging educational technologies. Expert consultants are available to help you explore ideas and identify applications and tools in a collegial environment.

Contact us by telephone, email, or drop in to our CTI Technology Center. For questions or support related to Blackboard, Canvas or technology tools, contact us at:  acadtech@cornell.edu.

In addition to one-on-one consultation services, we offer online resources including a learning technology toolkit and a technology center that offers you the opportunity to explore new tools and new ideas in teaching and learning.

If you are looking for information on instructional computer labs, visit the Cornell Information Technologies Computer Labs website.

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Assessment Tools

Assessment tools help to provide students with timely and effective feedback to better facilitate learning.

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Blended & Online Learning

Blended and online learning environments help instructors and students facilitate teaching and learning in innovative ways.

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Collaboration Tools

Collaboration tools facilitate peer learning inside and outside the classroom.

Students accessing Blackboard on their mobile phone and laptop devices.

Course Management (Blackboard)

Blackboard and Canvas help instructors and students co-create an inclusive and engaged teaching and learning environment.

Course Management (Canvas)

Cornell is now in the process of transitioning from Blackboard to Canvas as its learning management system. All courses will be moved by the end of the Fall 2019 semester.

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Video & Multimedia

Instructional video and multimedia are powerful tools for engaging complex concepts and ideas.