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Teaching Initiatives and Programs Blog

On November 28th, Eduardo Cadava, Professor of English and awardee of the President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, participated in the Profiles in Distinguished Teaching series, co-sponsored with the Office of the Dean of the College and the Office of the... Continue Reading →

“My job is to prepare you for solving problems no one knows the answer to,” Mariangela Lisanti, Assistant Professor of Physics, tells her students. Strongly committed to helping students feel welcome in her classroom and her field, she emphasizes their... Continue Reading →

Professor Anne Cheng, Professor Paul Muldoon, and Dr. Rebecca Munson joined a conversation co-hosted by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) on the possibilities for “lab” learning in the Humanities and interpretive Social... Continue Reading →

Educational and Classroom Technologies Blog

The Princeton University Library provides free Overleaf Professional accounts for all students, faculty and staff. Overleaf is a collaborative, online LaTeX editor supporting real-time group authoring of LaTeX documents. Overleaf also includes a document history outlining changes made to a... Continue Reading →

Annotated Maps Google MyMaps Create custom maps to share and publish online. You can add multiple layers of locations, annotation, photos, videos, and images. Data can also be imported, mapped and color-coded. https://www.google.com/mymaps StoryMapsJS Create slides including text, images and... Continue Reading →

Last Spring, Sorat Tungkasiri and I presented some of our work at the Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference at Bryn Mawr College.  We’ve recently found out that we will be given time to speak again at the upcoming... Continue Reading →

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Please take a moment to watch the video about the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.

Princeton University (PU) doctoral students used glowing terms to describe their experience as adjunct faculty members at Mercer County Community...

Samvida Venkatesh, McGraw Center Tutor, Awarded Rhodes Scholarship Samvida Venkatesh ’19, A McGaw Center Head Tutor has been chosen as a 2019...

Students who need to learn statistics and R programming can now take a short, online course called  “...

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning is thrilled to announce a new project-based Faculty Fellows Program.