Introducing the Swivl

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The Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research recently purchased a Swivl robot that makes it easy for instructors to video record their classes for personal reflection or peer review of teaching. The device works by "following" the instructor through the room as he or she presents material while recording student and instructor audio. Not only does video-recording help improve teaching, but it can also be an incredible addition to a digital teaching portfolio or personal website. 

If you are interested in scheduling a date to borrow the device and test it out in your classrooms, please contact me at chris.drue@rutgers.edu. 

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This page contains a single entry by Christina Bifulco published on February 7, 2019 9:07 AM.

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