March 2, 2017
Rutgers Pioneers a New Model for Synchronous Learning
New classroom initiative could serve as a blueprint for course sharing among Big Ten schools
New technology at Rutgers is making it possible for a professor to be in two places at once while cutting down on the need for students to take a bus to class.
The university recently unveiled two new classrooms – one on the Cook/Douglass Campus and a second on the Busch Campus – outfitted with high-definition broadcast technology that divides lectures as large as 275 students into two locations.