Synchronous Learning Spaces are a type of classroom designed to support courses that are taught in multiple locations at the same time. The technology in these classrooms can also be used to connect remote guest speakers to the class in a highly interactive fashion. Rutgers University - Newark has a number of these classrooms to support synchronous learning. These rooms are using the Cisco Telepresence intelligent video conferencing solution. Discreet cameras provide ideal framing and focus on speakers and active speaker tracking at 1080p HD resolution.
Center for Law and Justice 202
CLJ 202 is a 22 seat seminar room was renovated in the summer of 2015 with an 80" interactive touch monitor, a secondary projector, video and web conferencing systems.
CON 449 is a 50 seat digital classroom with two front 80" monitors, one 80" rear monitor, two 50" side monitors, a 24" interactive monitor in the podium, video and web conferencing systems.
Coming Soon CLJ 392
Featuring three 85 inch monitors and the Cisco Telepresence Solution, CLJ 392 will be the first distance learning computer classroom at Rutgers. Seating 44 students in this classroom is designed primarily for remote instruction of staff and students. It is expected to be completed by the end of September 2018.