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This site provides guidance to faculty, students, and staff on Rutgers policy and practice for using copyrighted works in academic research and publication, teaching, and other educational activity. Janet B. Croft (email@example.com) is the librarian for copyright New Brunswick and can offer guidance on copyright issues.
"The Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research supports teaching and learning through a variety of areas: pedagogy and faculty development, assessment programs, instructional technologies, classroom technologies, and faculty and staff information technologies."
"The Writing Centers provide tutoring for students enrolled in Writing Program classes. The three Writing Centers are: the Douglass/Cook Writing Center, the Livingston Writing Center, and the Plangere Writing Center. Tutoring sessions are scheduled for one eighty-minute class period per week for at least five weeks, and are available free of charge. Students are tutored from basic composition to advanced research, business, and scientific writing courses. The Writing Centers offer morning, afternoon, and evening sessions.
"we aim to support student learning and provide enrichment opportunities for students seeking to enhance their academic careers. In addition, we act as a resource for faculty and staff who are interested in learning new instructional strategies or developing additional methods of support for their students. To accomplish these goals, we offer a variety of support services, all of which are free to Rutgers University faculty, staff, and students."
"The Fordham Commons has 13 workstations available at all building hours. The 16 workstations in the classroom are available when classes are not in session. All workstations are intended for the creation and manipulation of multimedia projects by members of the Rutgers University Community including students, faculty, administrators and staff."
"ncluded are tools to aid in web accessibility, online course accessibility, instructional materials, assistive and adaptive technology, video/multimedia captioning, and software procurement. Information technology accessibility in the Rutgers context is the application of universal design principles and accessibility standards to make websites, web applications, and various services usable by all members of the university community."
"A referral for counseling should be considered when you believe a student’s problems go beyond your own experience and expertise, or when you feel uncomfortable helping a student with some issue. A referral may be made either because of the way the student’s problems are interfering with his or her academic work or with your teaching, or because observation of the student’s personal behavior raises concerns apart from his or her academic work."
Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research, Rutgers U.