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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 Technology Center

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

The McGraw Center provides academic support to Princeton students at every point in their academic careers.  We can be particularly helpful during the freshman transition, when advice from experienced students can make all the difference.
The McGraw Center invites applications from graduate students and faculty for our annual Teagle Teaching Seminar for Academic Year 2014-15.
The English Language Program at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning offers opportunities for international graduate students and post docs to continue to improve their oral English. ELP instructors can help you feel more comfortable communicating and teaching in English.
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.
Five faculty members across the four divisions have been named recipients of the Graduate Mentoring Award and were honored during the Graduate School's Hooding Ceremony on June 2.
As Jennifer Altmann reports in the Princeton Alumni Weekly, demand is surging for academic assistance provided by Study Halls and other McGraw Center programs.
A Special Committee of eight faculty members offers its recommendations for the future of classroom design at Princeton.
A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences represents the largest and most comprehensive review of the effect of active learning on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.

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