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Faculty Development Day Fall 2021








Thank you for visiting the Faculty Resource Center (FRC) page!  Please feel free to explore the services and programs the Center has to offer.

Be sure to check back to this page on a regular basis as it will be updated on a weekly basis.

If you have any questions or would like to make a suggestion for a future FRC session, please contact the Director, Tammi Redd.

Have a nice day!

*All of the College’s resources and communications concerning COVID-19 can be found at







Teaching Technology Resources supported by Ramapo College’s Instructional Design Center:

For training and workshops visit

Canvas – Online Learning Management System
TurnItIn Feeback Studio – Plagiarism check, rubrics, peer review, paperless feedback for written assignments
Flipgrid – Video discussion boards that integrate with Canvas courses
Qualtrics – Survey design and distribution
TechSmith Knowmia – Screen recordings for capturing lectures, lectures with PowerPoint, and student presentations
Webex – Web conferencing with audio, video or both
E-Portfolio – students can create e-portfolios using or, no web design skills needed


Resources offered by Ramapo College Bookstore

Ramapo Bookstore eBooks: AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE: Visit the campus store website: to gain access to eBooks at no additional charge with your .edu email address. You can access up to 7 eBooks for the designated period free of charge.

Lumen Learning OER Courseware:  FREE Access to our OER partner, is offering FREE access to courseware to help supplement content, and offer additional resources to faculty, click here for the Lumen offer.


Publishers’ Teaching Resources

At this time there are several textbook publishers offering free online resources to faculty members:  Pearson, Wiley, McGraw Hill, and Cengage.


Fun Supplements for your Online/Remote Course:

AGU Teaching Science K-20+ – Advancing Earth and Space Science; online learning exchange for field, lab, and classroom science

Google Arts & Culture (App) – Virtual Reality tours of museums, national parks, and international landmarks. Content created by Google Cultural Institute

Netflix Party – perfect for class films or for courses in film studies, TV and media; synchronized video play-back with group chat (must use Chrome browser)

Screencast-o-matic – Students or faculty can do slides/screen share with a video of yourself on-screen (picture in picture). Tutorial available here:

Flipgrid – Video discussion forums; engage and empower every voice in your classroom or community by recording and sharing short, awesome videos … together!

School Shelf College Edition – monthly printables for student planning, scheduling, time management, and goal setting