Cornell University offers over 160 undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as continuing education and outreach opportunities. ICAD has provided media production, instructional design, and website services to many Cornell programs and faculty.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Cornell University, eCornell offers online certificate programs and courses authored by leading subject matter experts. ICAD provided instructional design and course development services to eCornell for many projects.
Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN)
GBPN aims to tackle the climate emergency by decarbonising one of the earth’s most significant carbon pollution sources – the building sector. ICAD worked with GBPN to create an online course that explains how building codes and building policy can be used to bring about change. Visit their website to learn more!
Humanitarian Leadership Academy
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA) is a global learning initiative set up to facilitate partnerships and collaborative opportunities to enable people to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries. ICAD worked with HLA and Start Network to create a course on effectively addressing crises through crisis anticipation.
Humentum‘s mission is to inspire and achieve operational excellence for those organizations working for positive social impact. ICAD has worked with Humentum on numerous projects, including a six-course online curriculum for medical professionals in Zambia and a course on leadership with the Maxwell School at Syracuse University in the US.
ICAD created a five-course online series in revenue management for the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. The series featured Professor Cathy Enz of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and is now offered to PGA members through the association’s website.
ICAD worked with a team of academics at SUNY Oswego to develop a model for an Alternate Reality Game.
Women’s World Banking
Women’s World Banking (WWB), located in New York City, is a global network of 40 microfinance providers and banks, working in 28 countries to bring a range of ongoing technical and advisory services to low-income entrepreneurs. ICAD collaborated with WWB in 2005 to develop the organization’s first CD-based training program. The six-hour course in financial risk management was produced originally in English and has since been translated into Spanish and French.