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Samuel Sudhakar

Music student Susan Felix says the university’s laptop computer lending program provided a reliable machine and connectivity so she could complete her class assignments remotely.
August 30, 2021

CSUSB’s laptop computer lending program, which expanded at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, has resulted in giving more than 1,100 students access to computers and connectivity to the internet.

The CSUSB Palm Desert Campus Street Medicine program (left) and laptop computers to support remote learning will benefit from a Verizon Foundation grant.
August 18, 2020

The Verizon Foundation grant will support the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus Street Medicine program and will be used to purchase and loan laptops to students during the pandemic.

When Cal State San Bernardino went virtual in the last week of spring 2020 due to COVID-19, the Academic Technologies & Innovation (ATI) Department of the Information Technology Services Division went into overdrive, offering five webinars per day to help faculty quickly ramp up their skills in virtual teaching.
July 22, 2020

CSUSB’s Academic Technologies & Innovation Department developed a Library of Webinars for Virtual Teaching webpage as an ongoing resource for faculty, as well as a Faculty Tech Advisor Program and the Summer Virtual Teaching Institute.

ITS Tech fair
October 8, 2019

Workshops on technology services to help CSUSB Hispanic students will be held on Thursday, Oct. 10, as part of the university’s Hispanic Heritage Month events.

Tech Fest
October 7, 2019

CSUSB’s Information and Technology Services will hold Tech Fest Week, Oct. 8-11, for CSUSB students, faculty and staff to learn about its technology services.

July 29, 2019

The Immersive Media & Learning Lab at Cal State San Bernardino received a silver award in the category Innovation in Teaching, Learning and/or Accessibility at the Cal State 2019 Tech Conference on July 30 in San Diego.

Adobe Creative Cloud
September 25, 2018

A new California State University-systemwide consortium agreement with Adobe makes the Adobe Creative Cloud available for free on university-owned computers for faculty and staff.