The Academic Technology Lab (ATL) is a resource center for Stanford University faculty members, instructors and teaching assistants interested in using technology to improve teaching, learning and research at Stanford. The ATL is a service of the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning.
We are happy to meet with you to discuss your instructional support needs.
- Teaching with Technology:
- Best practices for teaching and learning with technology.
- Recommendations for specific technologies or platforms to serve your instructional goals.
- Strategies for meaningfully integrating technology into your course.
- We can help you develop learning objectives, activities, or assessments for your course or learning experience.
- The ATL has new Mac Pros, video production equipment, and workflow advice to support your video production needs.
- We can help connect you to other teaching and learning resources available on campus. We have equipment reserved for faculty members, instructors, and teaching assistants to support your media production needs.
- Video Equipment: Camcorders, tripods, a light kit, and a green screen.
- Audio Equipment: Digital audio recorders and microphones.
- Camera Equipment: DSLRs, tripods, and a light kit.
Programs and Projects
- iPads for Learning.
- Wikipedia assignment support (pilot project). (NEEDS PAGE-links to IPADS FOR LEARNING!)
- Stanford ATXpo (Academic Technology Expo)
- Global Game Jam.
The Academic Technology Lab facilities and services are available by appointment only.
- ATL: Group meeting space, video production stations, movable furniture, Ideapaint, and soft seating.
- Consultation Room: A conference room reserved for ATL instructional consultations.
- Audio and Video Recording Studios: Contact the ATL to schedule an appointment.
518 Memorial Way Stanford, CA 94305-3101 94305-5015
Paul Zenke, Academic Technology Lab Manage, Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning
Phone: (650) 497-2878