Steps to Accomodate Off-campus Teaching and Learning
Any number of circumstances may require you to adapt your course to accommodate students who cannot attend face-to-face course meetings or because the University limits face-to-face course meetings. This guide identifies some actions you can take should the need arise.
Other Rutgers University Resources
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- Teaching and Learning with Technology: Emergency Preparedness
- Center for Teaching Advancement & Assessment Research
- Digital Classroom Services: Academic Continuity
• If you need 24/7 technical support, please contact the Help Desk at Teaching and Learning with Technology
There are many tools available at Rutgers to help you to accommodate students who cannot attend face-to-face course meetings or if you need to move your course online quickly. It is best to try and use tools that both you and your students are already familiar with. Next to each tool is a brief description of how this tool might be useful. Click on the link to find step-by-step guides on how to use the tools.
Some faculty may be concerned about sharing their content online. Rutgers University Policy 50.3.7 indicates that you own copyright to pedagogical materials that you develop in the regular course of your teaching duties.
The School of Arts and Sciences has compiled an excellect source for preparing for and teaching students in a non-face-to-face situation: