By JONATHAN SWARTZ
Cornell faculty members gathered for an academic technology fair Thursday afternoon, where they presented on new technologies they have used for instruction and research.
At the event, faculty presented ePortfolios, a digital collection of information used to demonstrate development or evidences in learning outcomes, skills or competencies; Panopto, a program that synchronizes lecture video with its slideshow presentation; Blackboard’s updated quizzing feature; and Webex, a webinar application for online class collaboration.
Bernie Randles of Cornell Academic Technologies and Kathryn Dimiduk ’79 discuss the presentations faculty members gave at the Academic Technology Fair Thursday. (Darien Kim / Sun Contributor)