DCS News

Attendees at an Active Learning Community event

This semester, the Active Learning Community is offering up three monthly workshops designed to help attendees explores various aspects of teaching and learning. Corey Ptak, from the Learning Centers, will help you development formative assessment for use in the classroom. Mary…


The DCS home page

Notice anything different? DCS has launched a new version of our web site that we hope will be easier to use. While visitors to dcs.rutgers.edu will still find familiar resources, such as classroom pages and instructional videos, the new site is designed to be…


Support Specialists

Every semester, DCS honors its top performing Support Specialists through the Tech Points Awards programs. Support Specialists perform several responsibilities that our central to our mission, including testing equipment and assisting faculty. Our staff amasses tech points by going above and beyond in their effort to keep Rutgers classes running smoothly. At the end of each semester, we celebrate their accomplishments by recognizing the top…


Kimberly Tanner gives a presentation at the 2018 RALS

The Active Learning Community is now accepting presentation proposals for this May's Rutgers Active Learning Symposium. In addition to a keynote presentation from a visiting national leader in active learning, this all-day event held during the week of May 20th will highlight presentations from members of the Rutgers and larger high education communities sharing their research, experiences, and use of active learning. Faculty and staff at…


SEC 111 is one of five classrooms that were upgraded over the winter break.

This winter break, DCS's TS&O staff was busy installing new classroom systems in five rooms. Lucy Stone Hall B267 and B269 received our new, standard classroom presentation portal - the Digital Classroom Podium (DCP…