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- One-on-one consultations and small-group sessions are always available on your schedule. We can meet in your office or ours, or reserve a small classroom if necessary. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (856) 225-6090.
Faculty eLearning Conference
Save the date! Our third annual Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning Conference is scheduled for Thursday, April 7, 2016 at the Campus Center. This year we’ll be joined by faculty from nine community colleges: Atlantic Cape Community College, Brookdale Community College, Camden County College, Cumberland County College, Mercer County College, Raritan Valley Community College, Rowan College at Burlington County, Rowan College at Gloucester County, and Salem Community College.
Our faculty presenters will offer sessions in both classroom and an online/hybrid teaching tracks, featuring new ideas, redesigned classes, and the latest in educational technology. The conference runs from 8:30am to 3pm, with lunch and refreshments served. Registration is required, but is free for full- and part-time instructors from Rutgers–Camden and our nine partners.
Your colleagues will appreciate learning from your experiences, so please submit a proposal to present. Proposals are due by February 19, 2016. Thanks—the rewards for presenting are intrinsic but profound!
Information about previous years’ conferences is available from our Past Conferences page.
Digital Teaching Fellows
In this program initiated by Dean Kris Lindenmeyer of FAS, the first cohort of DT Fellows was selected in the spring of 2014. In 2016, a new cohort of twenty-five full-time faculty members joined the program and explored new classroom technologies such as untethered projection from iPads, high-def classroom recording, interactive apps, and other engaging tools. We enjoyed robust debate about pedagogical applications of technology and how best to transform the classroom into an engaging, interactive learning environment for students. Several Fellows from the inaugural cohort of thirty-five contributed with presentations based on lessons learned in the classroom.