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Hahn Fund RITG Blog

Why the Hahn Project Showcase Was More Important Than You Might Think

Last week’s blog post outlines the presentations given at what we are confidently calling the First Annual Hahn Event. We do mean to have more such events, and we hope…

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News

First Annual Hahn Project Showcase: A Celebration of Synergy

Though held on a surprisingly cold and rainy day, the energy behind the Hahn Teaching with Technology Grant Program Project Showcase remained joyous, especially with it being the first annual…

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News RITG Blog Tool Exploration

No-Code Augmented Reality

Earlier in the term, I wrote about BioChemAR: Macromolecular 3D visualizations in the classroom, a case study with examples of using Augmented Reality (AR) in the classroom. In the third part…

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News RITG Blog Tool Exploration

BioChemAR: Macromolecular 3D visualizations in the classroom

Last term, I wrote about Classroom Augmented Reality in an Online World. In this post, I will give a real-world example of using Augmented Reality for teaching undergraduate students the three-dimensional…

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News RITG Blog Tool Exploration

Inside Story: Sakai Annual Upgrade and Quality Assurance

We are excited to introduce a new version of Sakai each summer. The annual update brings a variety of new features alongside hundreds of bug fixes, all in the hopes…

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Pedagogy RITG Blog

Tips on Collecting Mid-Semester Student Feedback

As we continue to transition to face-to-face teaching and learning, it’s helpful for faculty to pause and check in with their students on how things are going—what’s working well and…

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RITG Blog Tutorial

Simplified Visual Design for Effective Learning: Images

Images play a vital role in communicating information to readers. While the first article in our simplified visual design for effective learning focused on space and hierarchy, this one will focus…

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RITG Blog Tool Exploration

The robots are not quite ready to take our jobs: Automatic Blog Post Generation

My original idea for this blog post came in spring when I was at a loss of inspiration for writing a blog post. I came up with the idea of…

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Faculty Story RITG Blog Tool Exploration

Electronic Lab Notebooks

Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) are, at their simplest, a digital version of the traditional bound paper notebook. While I’m unaware if any Pomona faculty have adopted ELNs for their courses,…

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RITG Blog Tutorial

Simplified Visual Design for Effective Learning: Space and Hierarchy

Thoughtful planning and design of a course and its materials are rudimentary for student success. While visual design can often take a back seat in planning a course, visuals and…