- Surveying your students during the COVID-19 crisis response
The COVID-19 crisis response has resulted in upheaval, stress and uniquely complicated circumstances for both faculty and students alike. One simple measure you can implement in your course to address these factors is a brief student survey designed to better assess their current situations.
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- Preparing a remote instruction plan
IDT is committed to helping our Rutgers-Camden faculty prepare for any potential disruption to our spring schedule. Per President Barchi’s email on 3/9, faculty should prepare a remote-instruction plan by Wednesday, 3/18. For a list of possible remote teaching tools and strategies, please view our Teaching Remotely support page.
Web conferencing workshops
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- In May 2018, Instructional Design & Technology collaborated with the Gender Studies department to create a workshop about designing welcoming and inclusive course syllabi.
Why is this important?
Research shows that students are more successful in courses where they feel a sense a rapport with a professor: specifically, when they believe the professor respects students, and find ...Continue reading
The 5th annual Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning conference took place on March 1, 2018. The conference featured presenters from Rutgers–Camden, Camden County College, Rowan College at Burlington County, Rowan College at Gloucester County, and Rowan University. Attendees joined from these institutions, as well as from Atlantic Cape Community College and Salem Community College.
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- We are pleased to announce that we are accepting applications from all full-time Rutgers–Camden instructors for the 2018 Digital Teaching Fellowship, until April 16th. The program this year will focus on using digital tools to support best pedagogical practices in hybrid, online and traditional classroom-based teaching. If you are interested in learning more or would ...Continue reading