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09/04/2015 - 1:00pm — Intro to Macs
Dan Bello leading a workshop
This workshop is tailored towards instructors using the Digital Classroom Podium and anyone who would like to learn the basics of using a Mac. DCS will introduce you to the basics of Mac's operating system, including the dock, desktop, and finder. We will also discuss how to use popular... Continued
09/04/2015 - 2:15pm — DCS Technology Training
SP Push-Button System
As you get your syllabus and materials together for fall classes, don’t forget to familiarize yourself with the technology you will be using during the semester. To best afford faculty the opportunity to learn about and test their classroom’s technology, Digital Classroom Services holds workshops during the weeks before and after classes begin. These workshops are held near classrooms that have... Continued

Faculty Profile: John Kenfield Posts Voiced-Over Lecture Slides Online

Treasury of the Syphnians frieze
Attendance at lectures has become optional for students in John Kenfield's Introduction to Art History course. Students still have to attend recitation every week, but they have had the option of viewing voiced-over lecture slides online when they have time, rather than physically showing... Continued

An Ecosystem for Learning: The Rutgers Learning Assistant Program

Student leading a study group
This Spotlight article is part of the An Ecosystem for Learning series, in which we discuss spaces, programs, and people that promote a university in which classrooms and courses are linked with other spaces and contexts, and students are encouraged to create,... Continued

New Classrooms and Learning Spaces to Open Beginning This Fall

Honors College Under Construction
The New Brunswick campuses are curently the site of numerous construction projects, many of which will contain classrooms and other new spaces for learning, including seminar rooms, study areas, and other collaboration-oriented spaces.  The new Honors College building is being built on... Continued