Academic Technologies (AT) identifies, develops, implements, and supports a variety of innovative technology for the enrichment of the academic experience at GW. Through specialized services, such as Blackboard, GW Lecture Capture, and classroom technology support, AT strives to advance GW's enterprise goals for the university community.
Learning Space Design
Blackboard Course Management
GW Lecture Capture
Academic Technologies supports transformative innovations at GW through the incorporation of collaborative design into new and existing academic teaching spaces.
The Digital Transition initiative brings a world of possibilities to your classroom. Digital classrooms at GW offer a host of new features and make digital learning tools even more accessible. Wireless presentation, web conferencing, and video conferencing allow you to do more in your classroom than ever before. Discover the newest features and how they can help you.
Blackboard is a course management system that enables instructors to interact with course materials online. Instructors can post syllabi, assignments, and assessments and also use built-in communication tools, such as the Discussion Board, to promote active learning in their courses. Student grades can be recorded in the Grade Center.
The GW Lecture Capture service simplifies the course recording process for GW faculty by automating the capture, upload, and delivery of audio and video recordings of lectures.
Colonial Printing is a cloud-based, wireless printing service enabling you to print from anywhere on or off campus, and even from your smartphone or tablet.
Video Production services are available through the Instructional Technology Lab (ITL) to help faculty plan, develop, coordinate, and produce a broad range of multimedia products for broadcasting, DVD distribution, webcasting, and video streaming.