New Brunswick Scheduling
Digital Classroom Services
The mission of the Scheduling and Space Management office is to schedule academic facilities for courses, examinations, and events in a manner that promotes teaching effectiveness for faculty and learning experiences and co-curricular activities for students—all of which are integral to higher education. The goal of the Space Management operation is to accurately maintain databases of all Rutgers University buildings, rooms, and floor plans.
The Digital Classroom Services (DCS) division designs and creates new learning environments, troubleshoots and maintains audio visual equipment, and provides technical training and support for our faculty and equipment users of the general purpose classrooms on the New Brunswick campuses.
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For assistance, call (848-445-3612) or e-mail Digital Classroom Services.
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March 20, 2012DCS has removed the television monitors from the following rooms: Hardenberg A1, A5, A6, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6; Frelinghuysen A1, A2, A3, A4; and ARC 108, 110. These rooms were recently upgraded with data projectors and are capable of laptop and video projection. In Hardenberg and Frelinghuysen, the DVD/VHS machines that were previously attached the monitor carts have been relocated to the wheeled overhead transparency carts. Instructors may use the DVD/VHS machines by connecting them to the SP Pixie Systems. Instructions are posted on the wall next to the systems and on the carts. The ARC 108 and 110 systems have built-in computers capable of playing a DVD. Instructors in these rooms may request delivery of a VCR by filling out an Equipment Request on the DCS web page.
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Last Updated: 01/24/2013