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Academic Technology Specialists Program
Stanford's Academic Technology Specialists work in alignment with the University's commitment to excellence in education and its general vision to improve teaching, learning, and research by developing and implementing new technologies. Academic Technology Specialists provide faculty and staff with department level consulting and advocacy in the effective uses of information technology for education.
Academic Computing - Consulting and Multimedia Service
Academic Computing&rsquot;s Consulting and Multimedia Services group (CAMS) is a media resource and service center that consolidates faculty, student and staff consulting on the second floor of Meyer Library.
Assistive Learning Technology Center (ALTeC)
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) offers a wide range of assistive technology resources and services, including the Assistive Learning Technology Center (ALTeC), Alternative Format Production Facility (AFPF), an equipment and software loan library, and various assessment and training services.
Department Resources / Collections
Art Department
Anthro Sciences Department
Other Departments
Your school or department may have multimedia resources not listed here. Please contact your administrative support staff.
Educators Corner: Entrepreneurship Education Resources
Educators Corner is a free online collection of entrepreneurship resources for teaching and learning. The resources include podcasts, video clips, teaching materials, and related websites. The mission of the project is to support and encourage faculty around the world who teach entrepreneurship to future scientists and engineers, as well as those in management and other disciplines. The site has been developed by a dynamic team of educators, entrepreneurs, engineers, and designers at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP).
Medical School
Lane Library - Educational Technology Services (EdTech)
EdTech, within the Lane Medical Library, provides a highly coordinated set of educational planning and support services including the Curriculum Web Portal (CWP), educational multimedia development, classroom technology support and video services, faculty technology training, and learning space scheduling and planning.
SUMMIT (Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies) is a center in the School of Medicine dedicated to putting Stanford University at the forefront of medical and life-sciences education through the innovative use of information technology in research and curricular project development.

Current projects under development include: an digital anatomy portal for teaching with stereo or mono images; interactive surgical simulator with teaching modules; a collaborative workspace for research and teaching.

The Media Server is an efficient system of collecting, cataloguing and annotating images. It aims to be a project that brings together rich media resources of Stanford faculty and beyond for use in local and distance teaching, research, and clinical outcome analysis. Today, this large database of digital media pools together efforts from all contributing departments and divisions at the Medical School.
CWP: Curriculum Web Portal (School of Medicine)
The purpose of the Curriculum Web Portal is to support every Medical School course via the Web, both administratively (handouts, scheduling, basic course information, sign-up sheets, email, etc.), encouraging interactivity (discussion boards, chat, blogs, etc.) and with content-based learning tools (animations, interactive quizzing, streaming video, etc.). Access to the full CWP is available to registered medical students, graduate students, and School of Medicine staff.
Stanford University Libraries
Media Microtext Center (Green Library)
The Media-Microtext Center houses the Green Library's media and microtext collections as well as the Media Reserves service desk.
Music Library
Branner Earth Sciences
Stanford Video
With studios located on Pampas Lane, Stanford Video offers broadcast quality studio and field production. Experienced producers, directors, writers, camera operators and editors work with clients on a range of productions from capturing classroom lectures for streaming on the Web to creating commercials for national broadcast. Direct feeds to television networks put Stanford faculty on the air and in the news.
Stanford on iTunes U
Stanford on iTunes U provides access to a wide range of Stanford-related digital audio and video content via the iTunes Music Store, Apple’s popular music and podcasting platform. The project includes two sites: a public site featuring Stanford faculty lectures, learning materials, music, news, and sports coverage; and an access-restricted site (via SUNet ID) delivering course-based materials and other content for Stanford community members. Instructors interested in using iTunes U in their teaching or who would like help developing new content or recording their lectures should visit
Video & Multimedia Group
The Video & Multimedia Group (VMG) is an open forum for multimedia developers who want to keep up-to-date on the latest technologies, services and hardware. VMG holds bi-monthly meetings providing an opportunity for discussion and presentations on topics related to the production of multimedia and video.
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