Collaborative Projects

The folks in Academic Technology work closely with faculty members on a wide range of technology enhanced academic projects such as student websites and image database projects. If you have an idea that you’d like to implement, either in the classroom or in your research, talking to the staff in Academic Technology is a great place to start. Have a look at some of our recent projects:

  • A Homebrew Method of Collaborative Qualitative Research
  • A Trip to Fredericksburg: the DTLT in the ITCC at the UMW
  • Adventures in Tech: Sharing an iPad in a Video Teleconference
  • Basic Skills for the Information Age: Ideas from the Community College Circuit
  • Beyond PowerPoint: Prezi in Education
  • Collaborating on a Conference Panel with Google Drive
  • Collaboration Made Easy with Padlet
  • Do-It-Yourself Audio Commentary for Films
  • Doing E-Learning the W&M Way
  • Drawn In: Collaborative Storytelling and Brandon Generator
  • Learning in the E(ye) of the Beholder
  • Leveraging the Many, Many Learning Resources of Lynda.com
  • Mendeley for Classroom Collaboration
  • On Maps, Geography and Academia
  • Online Research Guides at Swem Library
  • Reflections on a Fireside Chat: “Managing” Versus “Teaching” the Online Course
  • Sharing Dissertation Writing with DropBox
  • The Most Successful Online Discussion Board — a Case Study
  • The Scout’s Guide to Video Teleconferencing
  • Three Ways to Use Google Drive for Student Assignments
  • To Tweet or Not to Tweet? Part 1: Engage Beyond the Walls of the Classroom with Twitter
  • To Tweet or Not to Tweet? Part 2: Getting Started with Twitter in the Classroom
  • Using WordPress in Your Class for Student Writing and Websites
  • Video Collaboration: What’s on the Menu at W&M?
  • Video Conferencing and Collaboration at W&M: A Follow Up
  • Video Conferencing at W&M: The Future Is Now
  • Wanna Hangout? Google Hangouts in Education
  • What I Learned About Collaborative Writing from a Wiki Project
  • WMApps: What’s That?