Rutgers Teaching and Learning
with Technology (TLT)

Reach New Heights in Remote Instruction

Supporting President Holloway’s Vision

In this time of unprecedented change, one thing that remains constant is the instructional support for online learning that the Rutgers Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) group provides for faculty.

We support the vision of Jonathan Holloway, 21st President of Rutgers, for a dynamic plan for the Rutgers community that promises the finest in remote technology and learning.

Through the Division of Continuing Studies, TLT works across campuses to provide individualized University-wide instructional design support for high quality online learning experiences.

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TLT: How We Helped During COVID-19

The pandemic has introduced millions worldwide to the experience of “remote instruction.” However, with 25 years of distance learning experience at Rutgers, TLT already knew how to create a quality, memorable online learning experience.   

Since the Shift to Remote Instruction on March 15, TLT Has:

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faculty members

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training sessions


HelpDesk calls



emails with instructional design tips

TLT: Who We Are  

When the Division of Continuing Studies was established by Presidential action in 1996, it was tasked with leading distance education activity across the Rutgers. As a central university resource, TLT provides course design support across Rutgers. TLT helps Rutgers faculty and instructors to develop hybrid and online courses, fully online programs, and enhanced education in traditional classroom environments.

In addition, TLT also hosts the Rutgers Online Learning conference, which attracts hundreds of attendees each year. The conference explores available and emerging technologies, software and sites, new instructional methods, assessments, and faculty training and resources.

TLT: How We Can Help You Today

We are here for you, for your students, and for everyone who is embarking on this exciting online experience.

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