Faculty, staff, and guests who are scheduled to teach or present in our classrooms for the first time are strongly encouraged to contact Academic Technology Services at 973-353-1713 or email@example.com to set up an individual training session in their specific classroom. Advance notice and room availability are required.
Digital Classrooms, previously referred to as smart or enhanced classrooms, allow you to incorporate technology into the learning environment for your students. These rooms are equipped with a projector and desktop computer with DVD/BluRay capability. A VGA connection with cable is available in all digital classrooms for laptop connectivity. Many, but not all, digital classrooms also have HDMI capability with a standard connection. Adaptors are not provided by ATS and are therefore the responsibility of the faculty member or university guest. Please refer to our Classroom Search (available from the Quick Links menu above) as additional technology is available in certain rooms such as: VHS players, microphones, wireless connectivity to the projector, multiple displays, annotation stations for the faculty, TurningTechnologies clicker receivers, desktop recording, streaming capability, assistive listening devices, etc. Traditional software applications are provided on the podium computers in the digital classrooms. Please refer to the list of software provided by Rutgers University—Newark Information Technology (RU-N IT). Requests for additional software can be submitted to Nwk_Software@email.rutgers.edu. Faculty will need to provide software and/or license information if needed. Advance notice, testing, and approval by ATS and RU-N IT are required.
Instructional Computing Classrooms are available with student computers for hands-on application and learning. These rooms also feature an instructor podium with computer. Instructional computing classrooms are organized in a typical lab configuration in rows with the exception of Hill 125 which features pods of four computers to facilitate active learning. Additional displays with wireless connectivity are also available in Hill 125 to share content easily. VisionPro software, which provides the instructor with administrative control of all student computers, is available in some of the instructional computing classrooms. Please refer to the complete list of software available in the instructional classroom computers provided by RU-N IT. Requests for additional software can be submitted to Nwk_Software@email.rutgers.edu. Faculty will need to provide software and/or license information if needed. Advance notice, testing, and approval by ATS and RU-N IT are required.
Synchronous Learning Classrooms - Equipped with traditional digital classroom technology as well as full HD video conferencing hardware, these classrooms give faculty and students the ability to interact with remote locations around the world with similar equipment. These facilities allow you to expand learning beyond your physical location by sharing high quality audio, video, and content in real-time enabling a high level of engagement between the participants.
Seminar Classrooms - Equipped with traditional digital classroom technology, seminar classrooms have tables and chairs typically organized in a conference table configuration to facilitate communication in a more intimate setting.
Agile Classrooms - Although these rooms do not have a desktop computer, they do have projectors with wireless connectivity to share content from your personal mobile device such as a laptop, tablet, or phone. VGA and HDMI connections are available for laptops but cables and adaptors are not provided by ATS and are therefore the responsibility of the faculty member or university guest. These rooms are furnished with moveable student seating providing you with a flexible and "agile" classroom environment.