Digital Learning Lab
Information related to COVID-19
- The Digital Learning Lab is available for in-person use on a limited basis, in accordance with the State of New Jersey. You can request temporary access to the DLL. In order to use the Digital Learning Lab, you must submit a request form. Please make requests at least 3 days in advance when possible. Request DLL Access.
- If you need assistance with digital media technology or related course projects, you can sign up for a virtual appointment.
- We have also compiled a list of free and low-cost software alternatives to tools that are available in our Lab.
The McGraw Center’s Digital Learning Lab (DLL) is a technology-rich teaching and learning space in the Lewis Science Library that supports the use of and critical reflection upon digital tools and resources in Princeton coursework. With an experienced staff and community of students, the DLL serves as a flexible space for interdisciplinary dialogues around digital pedagogy, or teaching and learning with technology. The DLL actively supports courses with unconventional formats, innovative course assignments, and/or co-curricular digital learning components, such as podcasting, video production, and other digital projects.