Other Instructional Resources

Office of Educational Enrichment
The Office of Educational Enrichment provides funding and logistical support for class trips and in-class guest speakers. The office also provides funding, logistical, and some administrative support for events that are not directly tied to a single course, including speakers, conferences, and departmental trips. Events run through the office have included a visit to the Cloisters in New York City and a lecture by a Columbia Law School professor on race and the US Constitution.

Civic Engagement and Service Education Partnership Program
The Civic Engagement and Service Education Partnership Program connects faculty and students with local,state, and national community organizations. For example, students in Health Issues in the African American Community have the option of going to a volunteer site including local hospitals and health clinics, to observe first-hand real-world examples of the issues they discuss in class.

Office of Disability Services
The Office of Disability Services provides information on accommodating students who might need special arrangements related to classrooms, technology, and other course-related activities and requirements. Instructors who need accommodations for themselves can contact human resources.

Digital Classroom Services
Digital Classroom Services designs, installs, and supports technology in general purpose classrooms.  For rapid response service, call the Help Desk at 848-445-3612. DCS supports a variety of special technology-based functions, including voice amplification and video chat with remote locations. DCS also provides training on their technology podiums as well as on technology-enhanced instruction.

Rutgers Learning Centers
The Rutgers Learning Centers will help you set up tutoring, study groups, workshops and academic coaching. They also consult on instructional design and maintain reserved materials for STEM courses. See our page on instructional design resources to learn more about the RLC's Learning Assistant program.

There are a number of spaces around Rutgers oriented toward student creativity and innovation. Some of these provide resources that might be utilized for course-related projects and experiences.