After partnering with faculty to develop the use of video conferencing in Rutgers-New Brunswick classrooms, DCS is now offering video conference support by request on our web page. Typically used to connect classes with remote guest lecturer or to enable instructors to teach while off campus, video conferencing enables faculty to expand course meetings beyond the four walls of the classroom. Past DCS-faculty collaborations have allowed Rutgers students to ask questions of global leaders at the United Nations, participate in talks from experts at Indiana University and University of California-Berkeley, and connect with renowned researchers in Australia. Beginning with the summer semester, instructors can now learn about and request DCS video conferencing using a brand new video conference page.
Take a look today to learn more about how you can use video conferencing in your class.