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Our Centers

Teaching and Learning Center

Support for faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduates interested in exploring  innovative pedagogical approaches and strategies for learning.

Broadcast Center

State-of-the-art television and radio facilities allowing faculty to produce innovative content to support their teaching at Princeton and online courses. 

Educational and Classroom Technologies

Support for the purposeful use of technology in teaching, learning, and research.

New Media Center

Multimedia Laboratory offering the university community access to cutting-edge digital media technologies.

News & Announcements

Part 1 of Jeremy Adelman's online course Global History Lab concluded last week by recording a "global history precept" discussion between students from the MOOC and HIS 201. See the Full Story to view the video of the global precept and for an update on this innovative course.
After a long summer of construction, Frist 330 is available for use as a teaching lab featuring the latest in instructional technology.
Join us to explore how an emerging online activity – Telecollaboration (also known  as Virtual Exchange or Online Intercultural Exchange) – enables university educators across the disciplines to engage their students in intercultural, project-based learning with partner classes in other countries.
Beginning September 28, the McGraw Center will offer individual peer tutoring concurrently with Study Hall group tutoring in key gateway math and science courses. Individual tutoring is by appointment. Students should see the McGraw undergraduate webpages or ask their Director of Studies for more information.
Princeton University will broaden its online teaching and learning efforts this fall, using new approaches and technologies including the NovoEd platform to enable students on campus to collaborate with others taking a class remotely.
The McGraw Center is at the heart of the University's efforts to enhance teaching and learning through innovative uses of technology and experiments in classroom design.
A Special Committee of eight faculty members offers its recommendations for the future of classroom design at Princeton.

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