Learning Spaces

McGraw's McGraw Teaching Space, Frist 330 Teaching Lab - 330 Frist

The McGraw Center's Teaching Lab in 330 Frist Campus Center offers a space in which faculty and instructional staff can explore the latest in instructional technology. The room is host to many McGraw events and workshops, such as the annual new faculty orientation, undergraduate tutoring,  and AI training. It can also be booked for the occasional experiment in teaching by faculty who wish to learn more about innovations in educational technologies. The room is equipped with digital whiteboards, wireless projection, writable walls, and four points of projection. For more information about the lab, contact mcgraw@princeton.edu

 

McGraw's Learning Space - 012 East Pyne

East Pyne 012, Active Learning Classroom

012 East Pyne (formerly the Humanities Resource Center Classroom) is an active learning space that can be used for breakout activities on the 13 cross-platform workstations in the room, with a central seminar table for sharing work as a class. Alternatively, the room can be used as a traditional seminar room, with seating for 20. The room has an 80” flat-panel display with wireless projection. The room can be booked for a semester-long class, depending on availability. To inquire about using this classroom, contact us at mcgrawect@princeton.edu

 

 

McGraw Teaching Space, Frist 303 McGraw's Learning Space - 303 Frist

303 Frist is another active learning space with moveable chairs and tables.  It houses a 70" flatpanel display with wireless projection for both MAC and Windows operating systems. It seats up to 16. The room may be booked for a semester-long class, depending on availability. To inquire about using this classroom, contact us at mcgrawect@princeton.edu