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Columbia University Interactive Tour
This interactive tour was created using 360-degree imaging technology developed in Columbia's Computer Vision Laboratory (CAVE). Navigate around the campus and immerse yourself in the history of Columbia's beautiful buildings.

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Barnard Electronic Archive and Teaching Laboratory
Designed to help faculty use new technologies in their teaching, BEATL offers many resources on their website, including links to all their projects and courses, as well as links to online web design tutorials.

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Disaster Recovery: Communications and Information Systems in the Financial Industry
A joint conference of Columbia's Business School and the London School of Economics, held October 17, 2001, explored how communications and information systems in the financial industry are impacted by catastrophic events such as the attacks of September 11 and how those events influence future systems developments. Participants included Andy Snow, Eli Noam, Jonathan Liebenau, Paul Rappoport, and Thomas Dunleavy.

Digital Media and Its Implications for Academia
At the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) conference, "Bricks and Clicks: Challenges in the Digital Age," held on May 16, 2002, Frank Moretti, Executive Director of the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, said we must become the inventors of education in the new medium.