February 1, 2022
Keep up to date with the evolving guidance on remote instruction from your department and the university.
Consider all the ways you’ll need to communicate with students, and choose the right software.
Adjust your course syllabus and schedule as necessary to create realistic goals for remote learning.
Consider the technology needs of students as they transition to remote learning.
Utilize existing tools within the university, like your learning management system, to get the most out of remote instruction.
Canvas Learning Management System (LMS)
If you would like to use Canvas to communicate with your students, record videos and presentations, or have online web conferencing, please visit these helpful links.
Web conferencing and collaboration
The university recommends that faculty use the learning management systems for remote instruction, but these resources are available.
Remote exams and assessments
Guide to remote exams and assessments
Alternatives to proctored exams
Virtual computer lab
More remote instruction essentials and resources
Resources to help ensure that all material is accessible to everyone.
Remote instruction FAQ
Have questions about working with remote instruction?
Export Class Roster with REGIS
Use the Rutgers Electronic Grading and Information System (REGIS) to manage grades and export your class roster.
Tips and tools for editing video
Determine which video editor might be right for you.
Additional info for schools and locations
Discover what guidance and support is specifically intended for your school or location.
Email Students with Banner (RBHS)
Banner is the electronic grading and information system for RBHS. Learn how to email students with Banner.
Rutgers mass-mailing system
The Rutgers Automated Mass-mailing System (RAMS) can automatically create an email list with all your students.
Guidelines for converged instruction
This guide helps faculty and others identify and confront the challenges of remote/online instruction.