Keep Teaching: Online Instruction Resources

Key Contacts for Online Teaching Assistance

If you are encountering...

In the event that routine academic functions are disrupted due to prolonged campus or building closures, you may find it necessary to teach a class from off-campus. We have access to a variety of services at Rutgers to connect you with your students remotely so that learning can continue uninterrupted.

Preparing for Online Teaching

Equipment Needs

Make sure you have tested your access to the following equipment at home.

  • Computer: Laptop or desktop computer
  • Microphone: This may be built into your laptop or computer, or you may use an external device such as a USB microphone or headset.
  • Webcam: A camera may already be built into your laptop, but you can also use an external USB camera for video conferencing.
  • Internet: Either commercially provided (e.g., Comcast, Fios, Optimum) or a wireless hotspot through your mobile phone
Share Online Learning Tips with Students

Learning Centers - Remote Learning Services 

Provide Resources Online

Learning Management System (LMS): If you do not have an online course site, such as Canvas, please contact Instructional Design & Technology Services (IDTS).

Communicate with Your Class Through Canvas
Conduct a Synchronous Course Session
  • Webex: A teleconferencing service that provides a platform for online collaborations and meetings. This service is free for Rutgers faculty, students, and staff, and the current licensing goes up to the Webex meeting maximum, which is 1,000 participants.

Disruptive and Inappropriate Behavior

Assess Your Students

Additional Assistance

Free Training - Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT)
Office of Disability Services

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