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There is lots to consider when teaching an online course: discussion boards, readings, grading, online office hours, giving feedback, course videos, online exams, group work, and much more.  Taking an existing course and moving it online can seem like even more of a challenge as an instructor tries to figure out how to replicate experiences […]

Any new teaching strategy comes with challenges, but don’t despair…we’ve got answers! The latest Active Learning Community workshop offered a host of ideas, solutions, and tips to help with frequent questions and challenges associated with incorporating active learning into the classroom. Read on for some frequently asked questions and advice on how to deal with […]

The semester is coming to a close and final exams are right around the corner!  But some of you might already have next semester on your mind, especially if you are planning on teaching your first course online. Take a look at this video to hear how Political Science professor, Dan Herman, prepared to teach […]

Remember your student days?  No, not the parties.  I mean your classes.  Perhaps you recall being in a course with a professor who assigned a ton of homework which they hardly ever gave feedback for, created impossible-to-pass exams, and had a grading system that seemed unfair. Or, perhaps you’ve had the opportunity to take a difficult […]

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Screenshot of the latest video from our Educational Media Team

OIRT's Teaching & Learning with Technology team has put together a video filled with examples of educational media in use at Rutgers University and information about OIRT's media services.

WATCH: New Conference Recording Available on YouTube

Opening slide for Digital Blackness Conference

OIRT Video Productions produces videos for many Rutgers events which can be shared on the Rutgers YouTube channel. Recently added are recordings from The Digital Blackness conference. The conference featured scholars, students, activists, and artists discussing the mediation of racial identity through new and emerging digital technologies.

Watch: Sustainable Features of the Rutgers Business School

Lounge of the Rutgers Business School

OIRT Video created this short video on sustainability on Livingston Campus for the RU Sustainable Symposium.