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  • Prepping your course sites for summer

    Teaching an online course during the summer session presents some unique challenges! Consider the following tips to help prepare your summer course sites and enhance the teaching and learning experience. If you need help copying content from a past Canvas site, IDT is happy to help.  Please contact and let us know the course name ...
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  • Quick resources to share with your students

    In November of 2021, IDT announced a webinar series called Coffee with IDT, presenting to our Rutgers–Camden instructors some easy ways to share resources with students. Catch up with the recorded versions here! Library reading lists and media. Presented by Zara Wilkinson from the Paul Robeson Library. Would you like to easily create and share a reading list ...
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  • Surveying your students during the COVID-19 crisis response

    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. Benefits of such a survey ...
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  • NEW – Teaching remotely during campus disruptions

    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 We ...
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  • Creating a welcome and inclusive course– starting with the syllabus

    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 ...
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