As we approach the end of the Spring 2021 semester, we would like to give a BIG thanks to all our student employees for their dedication and hard work throughout this uniquely challenging remote academic year.
Like most colleges, Pomona College shifted to online-only instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that the College is eyeing a fall return to campus, we wanted to reflect on takeaways from a year of online learning.
The shift to online learning at Pomona College has opened up new avenues for faculty and staff to connect with students through technology. One such tool for librarians at Pomona College has been Sakai.
Augmented Reality (AR) has seen massive growth in education in recent years. AR blends digital information with the physical-world environments, enabling users to interact with virtual objects and view the physical environment.
ITS recently held online introductory Adobe Photoshop classes for Faculty and Staff. While the department periodically hosts Photoshop classes, this was the first time that the material was presented in an online learning format.
Pomona College now offers students, faculty, and staff their own domain and hosted webspace empowering users to become active participants in the Web while expanding their knowledge of how digital technologies work.