Videos, Tutorials, and Instructions

Adapter, laptop, and question marksThe Videos, Tutorials, and Instructions provides one-stop shopping for all of DCS's help resources. Click on any of the sections below to browse through our library, which includes instructions on using classroom systems, various additional technology, and informational videos. If you would like to learn what technology is in your room, visit theFind a Classroompage. For more information about DCS classroom systems, visit theIn-Class Technology page, which will direct you to full pages devoted to all information pertaining to each system. For hands-on-training, consider requesting a consultation session.

DCS Classroom Systems

Collaborative Instructor Hub

Videos

Getting Started
Using the Hub Computer
Using the Blu-ray Player
Using the Document Camera
Using a Laptop, Phone, or Tablet
Using Solstice Wireless Display Sharing
Using Student Connections

Instructions

Visit theCollaborative Instructor Hub pagefor more info.

Digital Classroom Podium

Videos

Getting Started
Using the Podium Computer
Playing a Blu-ray or DVD
Using the Document Camera
Using a Laptop, Phone, or Tablet
Using a Microphone
Using Advanced Features
Building the Digital Classroom Podium

Instructions

Visit theDigital Classroom Podium pagefor even more info about DCPs.

Digital Classroom Flip-Top
Immersion Lectern

Videos

Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (full version)
Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (short version)

Instructions

Visit the Immersion Lectern pagefor more info.

Pixie Push-Button System

Instructions

Visit thePixie pagefor even more info about Pixie Push-Button Systems.

Laptops, Phones, and Tablets

Other

Active Learning

Videos

Active Learning in Calculus II
Building the Tillett 204 Active Learning Classrooms
Dr. Francis Barchi's Global Health Perspectives Class
Dr. Richard Serrano's Class Uses Solstice Wireless Display Sharing
Engaging Students with Social Media

Videos

Rutgers Today Video
iClicker
Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls

Videos

Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (full version)
Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (short version)
Kaltura

Kaltura is video management and recording software that is available on DCS systems and free to download by anyone with a Rutgers Net ID. Among many other purposes, Kaltura can be used to record in class presentations for future use or used to pre-record lectures to free up class time for other activities.

Videos

Kaltura in the Classroom

Instructions

Solstice Wireless Display Sharing

Videos

Dr. Richard Serrano's Class Uses Solstice Wireless Display Sharing

Instructions

Video Conferencing

Videos

DCP Pilots: Video Conferencing
Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (full version)
Introduction to the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls (short version)