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Innovation projects often lead to publications, presentations and external funding. This list describes the ongoing impact of the program through faculty who continue to discuss and develop their teaching practices and effective use of technologies.

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Publications

Cornell ePortfolio Pilot Report

Academic Technologies, Office of the CIO, sponsored a multi?semester exploration of electronic portfolios between Spring 2009 and Spring 2010. This report provides background information about ePortfolio practices and technologies and summarizes the outcomes of the pilots.

Cornell Chronicle: Tiny fungi exhibit in Mann Library

Aloi, Daniel. 2008. Cornell Chronicle: Kent Loeffler's photographs of tiny fungi tower in exhibit 'Miniature Landscapes.' The Cornell Chronicle, February 6.

Text into Form

MacDougall, Bonnie. 2008. Text into form: Dwelling, cosmos and design theory in traditional south asia. Mycotaxon: Ithaca, NY.

Asking Good Questions in the Mathematics Classroom

Terrel, Maria. 2003. Asking good questions in the mathematics classroom. Mathematicians and Education Reform Forum Newsletter 15 (2).

Cornell Chronicle: 'Beyond the Taj': To Asia and back again

Glazer, Gwen. 2009. 'Beyond the Taj': To Asia and back again. The Cornell Chronicle, February 2.

Seeing is Learning.

Lembo, Arthur and George Davis. 2005. Seeing is learning: the use of large images for research and teaching. Geoinformatics. January/February.

Applying Communication Technology

Brownell, Judi and Amy Newman. 2008. Applying communication technology: introducing email and instant messaging in the hospitality curriculum. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education 7(2): 71 – 76.

Manifold GIS Review.

Lembo, Arthur. 2004. Manifold GIS Review. Geoworld. Adams Business Media, New York, New York. May 2004.

Beneath Notice: Adventures with a Borescope

Kent Loeffler's photographs and Kathie Hodge's "fungal outbursts" were published in this unique photographic book, designed by Noni Korf Vidal.

Loeffler, Kent and Kathie Hodge. Beneath Notice: Adventures with a Borescope. Self-published, 2009.

Real-Time Computer-Mediated Communication

Newman, Amy. 2007. Real-time computer-mediated communication: email and instant messaging simulation. Business Communication Quarterly 70 (4): 466-470.

A simulation for teaching the basic and clinical science of fluid therapy

Rawson, Richard E, Marilyn E. Dispensa, Richard E. Goldstein, Kimberley W. Nicholson and Noni Korf Vidal. 2008. A simulation for teaching the basic and clinical science of fluid therapy. Advances in Physiology Education 33: 202-208.

Cornell Chronicle: Robot Programming for Freshmen

Steele, Bill. 2008. To learn computer science, first-year students program robots, The Cornell Chronicle, April 28.

How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold?

Lembo, Arthur, 2004. How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold?: Illustrating classic GIS tasks. Internet-First University Press Cornell University.

Presentations

Using Online Case-Studies For Veterinary Students

Rawson, Richard E. and Noni Korf Vidal. 2004. Using online case-studies for veterinary students. Annual conference on Case Study Teaching in Science. Buffalo, NY. September.

French Law in Action

Germain, Claire. 2005. "French law in action." American Association of Law Libraries Conference. January.

Improving Calculus: Developing Concepts Through Good Questions

Terrel, Maria. 2004. "Improving calculus: Developing concepts through good questions," MAA Poster Session on Projects Supported by NSF, Joint Mathematics Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, January 7-10, 2004

French Law in Action

Germain, Claire and Clare van den Blink. 2004. "A web-based video archive." Presented to CU Library Assembly October 2004.

Good Questions for Deep Learning in Mathematics

Terrel, Maria. 2004. "Good questions for deep learning in mathematics." Poster presentation at Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Impact, Crystal City, Virginia. April.

Beneath Notice: Borescopic photographs

An exhibition was held in Mann Library of photographs by Kent Loeffler and fungal outbursts by Kathie Hodge, in January 2009.

Transforming Legal Education

van den Blink, Clare. 2005. "Transforming legal education." NerComp Regional Conference, Worcester, MA. March 2005.

Asking Good Questions in the Mathematics Classroom

Terrel, Maria. 2003. "Asking good questions in the mathematics classroom." AMS-MER Workshop Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics: Mathematics for Teachers and Mathematics for Teaching, March 13-16, 2003; Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York.

Rescuing the Art of Graphic Thinking in the Digital Age

Danko, Sheila. and Meneely, J. 2004. "Rescuing the art of graphic thinking in the digital age." Poster presentation at the Interior Design Educators Council International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Good Questions for Deep Learning in Mathematics

Terrel, Maria. 2004. "Good questions for deep learning in mathematics." Presentation at the Dek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University, April 30.

Beneath Notice: Little Fungi for Good and Evil

Hodge presented a talk as part of the 2009 Light in Winter Festival of Sciences and the Arts in Ithaca, NY.

A comparison and evaluation of personal response systems in introductory computer programming

Fan, Daisy K-Y and Clare van den Blink. 2006. "A comparison and evaluation of personal response systems in introductory computer programming." Paper presented at the American Society for Engineering Education.

Pioneering Innovation, Technology and Partnerships: French and U.S. Criminal Trial Procedures Compared

Germain, Claire and Clare van den Blink. 2006. "Pioneering innovation, technology and partnerships: French and U.S. criminal trial procedures compared." Presented at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO July 2006.

"Out of the Box" Sales Management Tools

Siguaw, Judy A. 2004. "Innovative ideas for the Sales Management Course," Panelist at the Academy of Marketing Science, Vancouver, May.

Grants|External Funding

NSF Grant: Biological Research Collections, Proposal Number: 0954682

Atkinson's Fungi: Curation and databasing at the Cornell Plant Pathology Herbarium. A 3 yr grant starting Summer 2010.