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Findings from the Video47 to Kaltura Transition Survey

Some Background In spring 2022, ITS began efforts to migrate faculty from the College’s aging, in-house, academic video service, known as Video47. The migration began in earnest by summer 2022,…

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PD is for Pomona Dedication (and also Professional Development)

It is important to keep up professionally, staying abreast with those technologies applied in teaching and scholarship so that we can support the Pomona community. We in RITG are fortunate…

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RITG Blog Student Insights

Intersections Between Art and Technology

A First-Generation Low-Income (FLI) Student’s Reflections After completing finals last spring and returning to the comforting recluse of my parent’s home, a reflection of my first year on campus was…

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R&R and R&R…&R Time

Summer is upon us! This will be the last RITG blog post until next fall. We’ll be working on various projects over the summer–some of which involve you–that we hope…

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Learning Spaces RITG Blog

Pomona’s Hidden Teaching and Learning Spaces

 A visit to the Foreign Language Resource Center (FLRC), one of the various departmental labs at Pomona  As we quest to innovate and use technology to enhance teaching and learning…

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RITG Blog Tool Exploration

Teaching with Sakai’s Rubrics Tool

Have you been overwhelmed with endless piles of papers or other assignments to grade? Are you looking for a useful and reliable assessment tool? Do you have a list of…

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High-Performance Computing RITG Blog

BeeGFS Storage for HPC at Pomona College

High performance computer (HPC) does not refer to a single fast computer but rather a set of computers that work together to run various complex computations, such as DNA analysis,…

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The Call to Collaborate

I know we’ve been dangling the 2022-2023 Hahn Grant cycle carrot in front of you since February, so without further ado, I am pleased to announce that the call for…

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Faculty Story RITG Blog

Ungrading Pomona’s Immunology Course – An Interview with Professor Sharon Stranford

As the group in ITS that collaborates with Pomona College faculty to bring excellence, enhanced by technology, to scholarship and pedagogy, we stay up to date with educational research and the…

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RITG Blog Student Insights

VR: A Student Perspective

As I’ve gotten older, the mental distinction between being informed and educated has only become more and more apparent. Struggling through a final exam season full of lecture review, textbook…