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Gallery of Educational Innovation

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Justin Riley & STAR BioChem

STEM (Sci, Tech, Eng, Math)

Violeta Ivanova

ARTEMiS combines the principles of visual communication with the tools of modern computer graphics. The visualizations enhance teaching and learning in mathematics, science, and engineering.

William Kettyle

When faculty members experiment with technology enhancements, there is often a ripple effect where thoughts about technology lead to thoughts about pedagogy, which then lead back to new ideas about technology.

Jesus del Alamo
Steve Lerman

Online laboratories (“iLabs”) are experimental systems that can be accessed through the Internet from a regular web browser. iLabs allow students and educators in science and engineering to carry out experiments from anywhere at any time.

Vincent Lepinay

A course in the STS department uses a dynamic webdirectory to harness the collective intelligence of its students and related researchers.

Haynes Miller

The Math-CI Space is an online community where instructors of communication-intensive courses in mathematics can share materials and actively discuss teaching ideas. 

Haynes Miller

A suite of Java applets was created for use as lecture demonstrations and homework assignments. The applets can be used directly or in modified form in downstream courses, enhancing transfer.

Dava Newman

What physical movements should an astronaut make in micro-gravity in order to re-orient her body? With the help of visualizations designed by Violeta Ivanova, Dava Newman's students tackled this question.

Richard Larson

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS) is an international, collaborative open education project that provides a series of freely available interactive lessons presented in a widely accessible video format.

David Karger
Sasha Zyto

NB (nota bene) is a web-based collaborative annotation tool that facilitates communication among students and their instructors, and is centered around better understanding of course reading material.

Alexander Aranyosi
Dennis Freeman

Project-based learning introduces students to a discipline through the process of conceiving, designing, and implementing activities which integrate theory with practice.

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