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03/02/2018 - 2:00pm — Solstice Screen Sharing
James Kizhnerman
Solstice is a wireless presentation tool available in several DCS classrooms which enables you to send images from laptops, phones, and tablets to classroom projectors or monitors without having to connect via cables. It is typically used by instructors who wish to... Continued
03/07/2018 - 10:00am — ALC Workshop: Common Challenges
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The use of active learning techniques can present new challenges that do not arise in a more traditional class. Whether it's helping students adjust to group work, managing a busy room, or finding ways to deliver content to students dispersed in clusters - using active learning requires you to adjust your teaching. In this recurring workshop, we will open the floor to faculty who have experienced... Continued
04/04/2018 - 10:00am — Capturing Your Class with Kaltura
Dan Bello
Kaltura is a tool available to all Rutgers faculty, staff, and students. It can be used to record presentations, including a video image of the presenter and PowerPoint slides or other presentation material. Because it is web-based, Kaltura can be accessed and used by anyone with a Rutgers NetID, wherever they want. As a result, it can be used to record presentations in the office or at home that... Continued
04/06/2018 - 10:30am — ALC Workshop: Alternatives for Assessment
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Assessing students can be one of the most challenging parts of using active learning. Traditional methods of grading, like exams, may not accurately measure the type of learning that occurs in group-based learning. Similarly, learning spaces that are designed for interaction may not function well for exams. In this workshop, we will explore various ways of assessing student performance in active... Continued

New Synchronous Classroom

Tillett 224
Tillett 224 is DCS's newest Synchronous Learning Space.  Our Synchronous Classrooms can be used to teach a class of students from a second location, enable students to participate remotely, or invite guest lecturers from around the world to speak with a class. Tillett 224... Continued

Art History 200 Upgraded

Art History 200
Art History Hall Room 200, on Cook/Douglass campus, is the latest Digital Classroom Services room to be upgraded. After receiving a Digital Classroom Podium, this space is one of 240 rooms that have received a new version of the Podium since the project's launch in 2012.  As a result, 86... Continued

Spring Workshops are Here

Between Digital Classroom Services and the Active Learning Community, there are several opportunities to develop your teaching this spring. At Solstice Screen Sharing, Capturing Your Class with Kaltura, DCS Technology Training, and Intro to Macs - you can learn how to leverage classroom... Continued