Introducing web conferencing and wireless presentation technology to the classroom, and bringing you a realm of new possibilities.
Starting in fall 2014, use your GW NetID and password to log into AT-supported classroom and lab computers.
AT's award-winning design team helped to create the unique learning spaces in the new GWSPH building.
Mr. Arpino discusses the planning process, phases and strategies implemented in the digital transition project at GW.
As GW undergoes a four-year digital transition, John Arpino discusses why updating an entire campus’ AV system is a sizable, but increasingly necessary investment.
Colonial Printing has released a new print driver that resolves known printing problems on Mac computers. Download the updated driver.
Technology magazine names GW’s associate provost and chief academic technology officer one of its top 100 IT executives.
Computerworld names the chief academic technology officer as an exceptional leader in the technology community.
Echo360 case study discusses GW School of Nursing's partnership with Academic Technologies to develop active learning space that met shared goals.
Colonial Printing kiosks are now available in Potomac Hall, South Hall, Ivory Towers, and Phillip Amsterdam Hall.
Starting spring 2014, enhanced features will allow students and instructors to bookmark content, engage in collaborative discussions, and download recorded course content.
Academic Technologies and School of Nursing discuss the design of the Nursing Simulation Lab.
The Nursing Simulation Lab enables students to gain experience in a "virtual hospital" environment.
Academic Technologies hosted a discussion on how MOOCs have the ability to add to, not endanger, the current higher education landscape.
Top officials agree it is nearly impossible to gauge where MOOCs will take universities at an event hosted by Academic Technologies.