Classroom Technology Directory

Classrooms at all campuses include at least one camera focused on the front of the classroom to allow any remote students or guest speakers to see the instructor and an appropriate number of microphones and speakers for the size of the room to ensure the two-way engagement of all participants.

At a minimum, one display device is present in each room to ensure that students physically present in the room can see their counterparts who are joining remotely as well as any content that the instructor chooses to display for the class. Use of this technology is designed so that an instructor can operate the classroom with minimal training and/or assistance.

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The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (TLTC) provides a number of resources available to faculty to enhance teaching and learning. The Instructional Designers serve as a primary point of contact for all faculty technology projects. Each Instructional Designer is assigned to specific departments, Schools and Colleges within the University.

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Technical Support

  (973) 275-2222
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