Collaboration involves individuals working together in a coordinated fashion, towards a common goal. Collaborative software facilitates this process over geographic distances by providing online tools for communication, document sharing, and problem solving. SharePoint
are two such tools.
has been used by WesternU faculty and staff for internal document sharing since 2007. In 2011, SharePoint became the primary system for the online delivery of course materials in the colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Dental Medicine, Podiatric Medicine, and Optometry
Google Apps was introduced to the campus community in 2010 and continues to the collaboration tool of choice for some WesternU colleges.
GoogleApps is a set of communication and collaboration tools designed to help faculty, staff and/or students stay connected and work together more effectively. Anyone with a WesternU email account can access these tools from any computer, tablet, or smart phone through WesternU’s Google Apps homepage
The 2016 Los Angeles County Fair at the Pomona Fairgrounds featured a new exhibit designed to showcase products developed by ITDL’s 3D Modeling and Gamified Learning Team. Included as part of this year’s “Our Bodies” Exhibit, the team used the opportun …
Best Practices, Tips & Tricks
Sometimes a casual conversation can lead you to challenges and, hopefully, solutions that have a major impact on the work you do. Take the conversation that took place between COMP Professor of Anatomy, Craig Kuehn, PhD, and Gary Wisser, 3D Visualizati …
Features & Products
Next time you’re looking for photo, illustration or digital 3D model to support your lecture or laboratory activity, consider stopping by WesternU’s new EdMedia Multimedia Repository at http://edmedia.westernu.edu. Launched in October 2016, the Repos …
Ideas & Innovations
For most students, Welcome Week can be an overwhelming experience, characterized by tight schedules and information overload. This summer, a virtual recreation of WesternU’s esplanade gave new students the opportunity to learn about the campus as well …