Academic Technologies & Innovation

Welcome to Academic Technologies & Innovation at CSUSB! Our highly qualified and experienced specialists design inclusive, pedagogically sound, and technology-enhanced environments that empower faculty to achieve their instructional goals.

By the numbers: What we do at ATI

48% Faculty Assisted

4% Courses on Bb Ally (for ADA)

20% Active Learning Classrooms

10% Hybrid/Online Classes

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Virtual Reality
1 Virtual reality world
Involving collaboration from 4 departments

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$800,000 saved by students
Using free and low cost textbooks

Fall ATI workshops

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We invite CSUSB faculty to register here for any or all of the following Academic Technologies & Innovation useful workshops:

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New on ATI site - Individual Showcase videos

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New at ATI...See showcases from 2018 and 2019 organized by topic! Interested in VR, adaptive, data, mindfulness and more? You can view what interests

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$100,000 VR-Enabled Classroom Opened by ATI

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First-of-its-kind $100,000 Virtual Reality-Enabled Classroom Opened by Academic Technologies and Innovation at California State University San Bernard ,      ,      

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ATI Welcomes Dr. Owen!

ATI Welcomes Dr. Owen!

We welcome Dr. Owen as our new Chief Academic Technology Officer and Interim Director. With interests including fostering and supporting faculty-led t

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Top Wireless Tech Trends to Watch

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By Rhea Kelly New forms of wireless technology are poised to enable emerging tech such as robots, drones, self-driving vehicles and more, according

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Campus Technology Report: Emerging Tech

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By Sara Friedman. While students are starting to gain more access to augmented/virtual reality headsets and 3D printers, a new report from Educause

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