The following tools and technologies are available at Studio 6, eLearning's faculty/staff computer lab. Accessibility information for these learning technologies can be found on our accessibility statements page.
Click respective buttons to reveal tutorials and other useful resources.
*LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a library of online video and training tutorials taught by industry experts, such as Adobe products, Apple products, Microsoft products, Drupal, video editing, audio editing, operating systems, etc. An IT@CPP license gives access to all campus faculty, staff (including ASI staff) and students. Learn more at LinkedIn Learning eHelp.
Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Blackboard can be used to supplement a traditional class, to support a hybrid or blended course, or as the main delivery structure for an online course. Organize learning materials and grades, communicate with students, and facilitate student interaction.
NOTICE: Adobe Presenter and its hosting service, Adobe Connect, will be retiring on June 30, 2020. After this date, Adobe Connect will no longer be available, and you will be unable to log in or retrieve your content. Learn how to move Adobe Presenter presentations.
PowerPoint’s built-in recording feature or Camtasia has replaced Adobe Presenter for use as a content authoring tool.
Faculty can use Cascade for creating personal websites to list faculty bios, office hours, contact information, classes taught, accomplishments, publications, CV, etc. Faculty interested in developing institutional websites (divisions, colleges, departments, institutes, centers, and programs) should instead contact IT Web Development.
NOTICE: Adobe Connect will be retiring on June 30, 2020. After this date, Adobe Connect will no longer be available, and you will be unable to log in or retrieve your content. Learn how to move Adobe Connect meeting recordings.
Zoom has replaced Adobe Connect meeting for use as a web conferencing tool.
LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within a learning management system (Blackboard). Respondus Monitor builds upon the power of LockDown Browser, and uses a student's webcam and industry-leading video analytics to prevent cheating during non-proctored exams.
Microsoft Office is the most popular and widely used suite of productivity software, including favorites like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Also take advantage of Cal Poly Pomona's Office 365 subscription, featuring online versions of your favorite apps, making it easy to share and collaborate.