Introducing the ThingLink Pilot 2023
Can you design an inclusive syllabus for your course easily? An interactive syllabus is a great strategy to ensure that a course is equitable and the expectations are transparent. Are you interested in creating content in a way that is … Continue reading
ChatGPT in the classroom
Some professors are excited about integrating ChatGPT into their class activities and assessments. Others might be feeling a bit weary of the endless new challenges technology raises. Rutgers–Camden Instructional Design & Technology will be working with our faculty to create … Continue reading
How do I submit final grades via Canvas using Gradesync?
Submit final grades via Canvas using Gradesync First, verify that your course grading scheme is correct. Scroll to the bottom of your course navigation bar and click on Settings. Scroll down to find the ‘Grading Scheme’ setting and click ‘View … Continue reading
Wish your students could annotate worksheets (diagrams, maps, etc.) online?
Create an annotated student assignment If you have a document (such as a map, diagram, or any other type of worksheet) that you’d like your students to be able to annotate and turn in online, the ‘Student Annotation’ type submission … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading