GW Lecture Capture Service:

It saves me an incredible amount of time. Now I have time to elaborate on my topics because I’m not spending time clarifying the basics. Academic Technologies has really done a nice job of getting ahead of me. I’m looking forward to Academic Technologies telling me about new technologies, and I’ll try them out and see how it works.

- Philip Wirtz, PhD

Professor of Decision Sciences and of Psychology, GWSB

Instructional Technology Lab Support:

Over the past eight years, I have had the pleasure of working with the Instructional Technology Lab and am exceptionally pleased with their work. I use many videos in my class and Yordanos Baharu makes sure my videos get moved from class to class so my students can access them. Their responsiveness has been virtually instantaneous. They were great to work with, effective and efficient, and provided private tutorials to get me up to speed so I could teach the class well. The Instructional Technology Lab ranks as the very best support I have received at GW and elsewhere.

- Timothy Fort, PhD, JD

Former Lindner-Gambal Professor of Business Ethics and Executive Director of the Institute for Corporate Responsibility

GW Lecture Capture Service:

I have received very positive feedback from my students for incorporating new classroom video capture technology into my courses. I would say about two-thirds of the class say that they use the video capture service.

- Cynthia Dowd, PhD

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, CCAS

Classroom Technology Support:

Zena Dennis worked with our office, making sure our audio visual needs were squared away. She went above and beyond to ensure that our needs were met. She particularly helped me at a time when I really needed it, working efficiently in a quick turnaround time to help us before our event started. She has a great attitude and is quite committed to making sure her clients are satisfied. 

- Toni Purvis-Brown

Associate Director of Student Engagement, Office of Graduate Programs

GW Lecture Capture Service:

My teaching style has changed. As I went from chalk on slate to marker on white board to projected presentations, the idea of using new classroom technologies to capture my lecture was very attractive. 

- Hugh Agnew, PhD

Professor of History and International Affairs, ESIA