A Legacy of W.K. Kellogg

About eLearning's Multimedia Learning Objects Repository website

This website is a collection of interactive multimedia and animations that can be used to enhance a course and bring abstractions to life. The learning objects have been developed in collaboration with faculty on campus and can be shared across multiple disciplines and other institutions. Use this website to search, browse, and preview all the learning objects that are publicly available in our collection.

How to Use the Learning Objects

Mouse over the project card of the learning object that you would like to use. Click the "view" link to get a preview of the object. When you are ready, copy the URL from the "link" text-box to your course or website.

Interested in Creating Something?

If you are faculty at Cal Poly Pomona who would like to request multimedia development, contact us through our request form or through our CoRe Projects Program.

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December 20, 2019

Cellular Signaling

College of Science

Cellular Signaling

These animations help identify the 'parts list' and mechanisms that are involved in getting a signal from outside the cell all the way to th...

Cellular Signaling

These animations help identify the 'parts list' and mechanisms that are involved in getting a signal from outside the cell all the way to the nucleus to change gene expression through three fundamentally different types of signal transduction pathways: nuclear receptor signaling, g-protein coupled receptor signaling, and receptor tyrosine kinase pathways.


type: animation

system reqs: Modern Browsers that support HTML5 Canvas and Javascript.

author: Dr. Anrew Steele

design credits:
Erick Zelaya, Sr. Multimedia Developer

December 3, 2014

Post-translational Modifications

College of Science

Post-translational Modifications

Proteins are made up of different combinations of amino acids. This simulation helps students understand the different enzy...

Post-translational Modifications

Proteins are made up of different combinations of amino acids. This simulation helps students understand the different enzymes responsible for making modifications, reversing modifications, and on which amino acids each modification can occur.


type: simulation

system reqs: Modern browsers

author: Dr. Andrew Steele

design credits:
Erick Zelaya, Developer
Victoria Bhavsar, Inst. Designer