Consortium-wide LACOL Workshop at Pomona College

On June 1-2, 2014 the Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (formerly Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning), also known as LACOL held its initial Workshop on the campus of Pomona College. Fifty faculty and staff came from member institutions representing expertise in the Humanities (10), Sciences and Mathematics (19), Social Sciences (6), Libraries (5), and Information Technology (10).

In preparation for the workshop, Founding Co-Directors Andrea Nixon and Bryan Penprase visited all eight participating institutions to help identify areas of common interest. Three strong themes from the site visits served as organizing elements for the gathering.

Swarthmore at Pomona Workshop
Part of the team from Swarthmore College
June 2014

• Preparing Students for Engagement Through Quantitative Skills and Active Reading
• Effective Teaching and Learning with Technology
• Language Instruction and Technology

The workshop gathered some of the most talented and dedicated colleagues from our colleges, provided a venue to exchange aspirations, and time dedicated to identify projects to serve as the basis of our collective work. Browse this channel for more information on the workshop activities and presentations.

Pomona College, Claremont, California. Photo credit: Pomona College. All rights reserved.



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