Supporting digital flexibility for teaching and learning
What is NUflex?
NUflex classroom technology is a web-conferencing system that supports teaching and learning, and provides digital flexibility for both instructors and students through cameras, microphones, computers, a projection system, and integrated software.
Using technology in the classrooms, instructors can lead class sessions that set all students up for success. Read about the capabilities in the classrooms across Northeastern’s global network, download quick start guides, and search for classrooms in Boston by type and building.
Planning a Flexible Return to the Classroom
Northeastern is committed to supporting both instructors and students. For the fall 2021 semester, instructors will be in the classroom teaching in-person, while only approved students are joining the class through virtual audio, chat, and video.
Learn more about how to lead digitally flexible classes and set students up for success.
Keep Teaching, Keep Learning
Resources and training are available to ensure that both instructors and students have the best experience with classrooms and other technology that support digital flexibility. To help instructors who are new to the technology or who would like additional practice or guidance, workshops are available for Canvas, Zoom, Microsoft Teams collaboration tools, and other teaching and learning technology.