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Students use high tech equipment and analysis to study motion

Larry Rome and John MacDermott introduce students to cutting-edge motion analysis technology. Three biomechanics students share their eye-opening videos.

When the Matrix was first released, the slow motion shots of Neo, the hero, leaping mid-air through fields of bullets, quickly became iconic. Imagine having access to a camera, in class nonetheless, that could slow time to a fraction of those shots.

How to Set Up a Home Page

Faculty and staff members in the School of Arts & Sciences are able to create home pages or complete web sites for their professional use by using their facstaff accounts.

Teaching Options for a Snow Day

Teaching can go on if snow or other unforeseen problems prevent you and your students from getting to class. 

Any classroom can be a computer lab

It’s not always necessary to reserve a special computer lab when you want to integrate computer activities into your course. 

Student Privacy in a Public World

Free commercial tools such as Google Sites make it easy for instructors and students to creatie web sites for course projects.  But planning a web project requires more than just finding the r

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