Blended and Online Learning Design

Take Advantage of Canvas

Canvas is a robust and intuitive online platform for teaching and learning. Faculty can use their Canvas course sites to communicate with students, share syllabi and course materials, create opportunities for collaboration and activities like peer review, social annotations, and asynchronous discussions, and assess student understanding through assignments and quizzes. 

Develop an Open, Online Course

Online courses developed by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning are taught by Princeton faculty from across the University‚Äôs divisions. 

Explore Purposeful Uses of Technology

Educational technology can be a great asset to your Princeton class depending on your teaching goals and assessment strategies. The McGraw Center strives to provide tools and technologies in support of teaching and learning and to foster a dialogue around the purposeful and thoughtful uses of technology in higher education.

Making Your Course Accessible

The McGraw Center is committed to ensuring that all students can fully learn and thrive at Princeton. We offer guidance to faculty who seek to improve the accessibility of digital teaching materials, like syllabi, readings and videos.  

The Blended and Online Learning Design Team

The Blended and Online Learning team offers individual consultations and training sessions. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us below. Questions about Canvas can be directed to [email protected]

Katie Bertel
Senior Instructional Designer, Digital Learning and Design
Mona Fixdal
Senior Associate Director, Digital Learning and Design
Lance Herrington
Senior Producer / Creative Director, Digital Learning and Design
Lisa Jackson
Senior Producer / Production Manager, Digital Learning and Design
Marie Li
Senior Instructional Designer, Digital Learning and Design
Marija Naumoski
Senior Instructional Designer, Digital Learning and Design
Courtney Volpe
Support and Training Analyst, Digital Learning and Design