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Practical Details

Course planning requires deep thought and expertise in discipline and pedagogy.  It also requires lots of pesky detailed knowledge, addressed below.  Have we forgotten something?  Let us know at faculty@montclair.edu.

Instructor Practical Information

  • Academic Dishonesty procedures: the contact is the Director of Student Conduct, Jerry Collins.
  • Audio-Visual technology is available in nearly all of our classrooms and labs, and IT lends out additional equipment. Problems with classroom technology? Call 973-655-7971, and choose option 4, Audio-Visual Classroom Emergencies.
  • Canvas course problems? Reach out to ITDS (itds@montclair.edu) or schedule a consultation.
  • Classroom information. In NEST check “my schedule” to see the exact facts about your course, including your assigned classroom (check again the night before in case a change was made.)
    • To see more details about your classroom, including technical set-up, see 25live, accessible by anyone with a netID.
    • Locked out of your room? Contact your department administrator or Dean’s Office immediately so the problem can be remedied. A DIY approach is to email accesscontrol@montclair.edu to request access; copy your department administrator.
  • Montclair State University’s Grading Standards are set by the Provost’s Office/Academic Affairs. Plan for Grading provides further information about grading at Montclair.
  • Outdoor spaces for classes can be requeshttp://ce/teaching-at-montclair/grading-standards/ted through 25live. Search for “tent” during warm weather. More information found s at Tent Request Instructions and Tent Request and Use Policy.
  • Faculty and Graduate Student Commons: Looking for a room to book for an event or activity?  This 36-seat room is available first come first serve for individual and group work, and the entire room may be booked at least 3 days in advance for seminars, meetings, or group activities.
  • Multifaith Religious Observances Calendar: As a service to the university community, the Department of Religion has created and will maintain an evolving religious observances calendar on its website that is meant to serve as a scheduling and educational tool.

  • Zoom Etiquette at Montclair provides guidelines for students; see also Zoom Teaching Tips.

Employee Practical Information

Updated 11/4/22 EJI