Spotlight

Tillett 118
As you settle into the fall semester, don't forget to stop by a Digital Classroom Services workshop to learn more about classroom technology and how it can be used in your class. This semester's schedule focuses on two technologies that are new to Rutgers. In Student Engagement with Poll Everywhere, you can learn about a web-based student response system that DCS is piloting with Rutgers faculty. At Capturing Your Class with Kaltura, you can learn about how new software available to the Rutgers... Continued
Lucy Stone Hall B123
  This past summer, DCS's Build Team upgraded the presentation technology in 42 Rutgers-New Brunswick classrooms. Older presentation systems in classrooms on each campus were replaced with brand-new podiums and table-based systems. Various classrooms in the Pond Science and Engineering Resource Center, Frelinghuysen, Hickman, Food Science, Loree, Food Science, Ruth Adams, and Lucy Stone Hall are now equipped with Digital Classroom Podiums... Continued
AB 4400
Following up on this summer's launch of Tillett 204, there are now three more exciting Active Learning Spaces at Rutgers-New Brunswick. The brand-new Rutgers Academic Building is home to two state-of-the-art Active Learning Classrooms and our first Interactive Lecture Hall. The Active Learning Classrooms in rooms 4400 and 4450 employ a similar design as our... Continued
AB Lecture Hall
The brand-new Rutgers Academic Building, a new centerpiece of the College Avenue campus, has opened its doors. In addition to a new OIT Computer Lab and Learning Center, AB is home to 17 new general-purpose classrooms designed to accommodate a variety of classes.  Eight seminar rooms offer intimate space for classes of twenty-five students or fewer. These rooms are equipped with moveable tables and chairs, glassboards, and DCS's ... Continued
Rutgers Academic Building Sketch
The new Rutgers Academic Building is now open on the College Avenue Campus. Featuring 17 new general purpose classrooms, including two active learning rooms and an interactive lecture hall, the building will be a key part of the student academic experience for years to come. The building, which is located at 15 Seminary Place, also features complements of both large lecture halls and smaller seminar rooms. With ample seating outside of the instructional spaces and on the courtyard between the second floors of the East and West wings, students have already made it a hot spot for relaxing and studying between classes. These spaces... Continued

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