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September 29, 2009
Issue No. 81

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Academic Technology Lab Assists Faculty and TAs

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by Kim Hayworth

The Academic Technology Lab (ATL) is a resource center for faculty, instructors and TAs interested in using multimedia to improve teaching, learning and research at Stanford.

ATL consultants provide training and support for the development of instructional materials including interactive presentations, videos, DVDs and Web sites. They also assist faculty who want to integrate technology tools into their courses, such as CourseWork (Stanford's learning management system).

The ATL has a wide array of equipment and software to support Academic Computing projects including video and audio capture and podcasting.

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Recent Projects

Recent ATL projects include:

To Set Up An ATL Appointment

Academic Technology Lab staff meets with faculty by appointment. Faculty, Instructors and TA's can e-mail acomp-consult@lists.stanford.edu with a description of their projects, dates, and times they are available for a consultation.