Press Room

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Academic Technologies’ press room features media coverage and news releases highlighting our recent initiatives and innovations in fulfillment of our mission to enrich the teaching and learning experience at GW.

GWSPH Auditorium and classroom online

Milken Institute School of Public Health classrooms now online

June 24, 2014

AT's award-winning design team helped to create the unique learning spaces in the new GWSPH building.

UBTech 2014

John Arpino presents at UBTech 2014

June 17, 2014

Mr. Arpino discusses the planning process, phases and strategies implemented in the digital transition project at GW.

Digital infrastructure is increasingly important

Going from Analog to Digital

April 01, 2014

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.

Update your Mac Print Driver

Update for Colonial Printing Mac Driver

March 18, 2014

Colonial Printing has released a new print driver that resolves known printing problems on Mac computers. Download the updated driver.

Image of P.B. Garrett at Premier 100 IT Leadership Conference

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

March 17, 2014

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

Image of PB Garrett. 2014 Premier 100 Honoree.

Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader: P.B. Garrett

February 24, 2014

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

Lecture Capture Partnership with School of Nursing

Successful Use of Lecture Capture in GW School of Nursing

February 11, 2014

Echo360 case study discusses GW School of Nursing's partnership with Academic Technologies to develop active learning space that met shared goals.

GW Lecture Capture Upgrade

GW Lecture Capture Upgrade

December 19, 2013

Starting spring 2014, enhanced features will allow students and instructors to bookmark content, engage in collaborative discussions, and download recorded course content.