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University named finalist for 2015 AMX Innovation Awards

GW is one of five finalists in the Campus Impact category at the annual AMX Innovation Awards at UBTech. 

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P.B. Garrett Honored as ‘Premier IT Leader’

Technology magazine names GW’s vice provost and chief academic technology officer one of its top 100 IT executives. 

Register for the GW MOOC, “Business in a Political Age”

This online course helps you develop a framework for non-market engagement that not only impacts your bottom line, but benefits society as well.

Register for the GW MOOC, “The Past, Present, and Future of the Federal Reserve”

This online course examines the 100-year history of the Federal Reserve.

Our Solutions Center is now HDI Team Certified

The AT Solutions Center is recognized for its commitment to excellence through the adoption of best practices and the acquisition of enhanced skills.

Wireless Presentation at GW

GW faculty can sync their Apple devices in select classrooms on the Foggy Bottom campus using AT's new Wireless Presentation tool.

The Evolving Classroom

EDUCAUSE Review Online publishes an article authored by P.B. Garrett on the benefits of creating learning spaces designed to promote active learning. 

Bringing a World of Possibilities to your Classroom

Introducing web conferencing and wireless presentation technology to the classroom, and bringing you a realm of new possibilities.

Change to Classroom and Lab Computer Login Process

Starting in fall 2014, use your GW NetID and password to log into AT-supported classroom and lab computers.

Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader: P.B. Garrett

Computerworld names the chief academic technology officer as an exceptional leader in the technology community. 

GW Wins Award for Cutting-Edge Technology Used in Nursing Simulation Lab

The Nursing Simulation Lab enables students to gain experience in a "virtual hospital" environment.

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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.

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