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Our work with faculty is guided by the belief that teaching, like scholarship, benefits from careful reflection, active collaboration, purposeful innovation, and thoughtful assessment.

What We Do

Teaching at Princeton

Evidence-based guidance on all aspects of course design from syllabus development to reflecting on student course evaluations.

Teaching with Technology

Guidance on using technologies that enhance student learning, including Canvas and the Digital Learning Lab

Connect with Us

Consult with us, attend a workshop or event, join a faculty learning community, and find the latest news and research.

Upcoming Events

McGraw Center Teaching in Community Faculty Lunches - Creating Healthy Labs through Effective Mentorship
This semester, we will devote our Teaching in Community lunches to discussing mentorship. Though there is no one "right" way to mentor, a growing body of research and evidence-based practices exist to promote intentional, inclusive, effective, and ethical mentoring in academia. Join supportive colleagues to share questions, experiences, and “best…
Improve the Accessibility of Course Content in Canvas
The digital accessibility of course content is part of a larger commitment to equity and inclusion. In this training session, you will learn how to improve the accessibility of course materials in Canvas. We will share best practice principles and show you how to use Panorama Accessibility to check and improve accessibility. 
Canvas Assessments & Understanding the Gradebook
Instructors will learn how to efficiently set up and grade assignments. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes: Creating assignments  Using the speedgrader  Building timed exams & understanding test options  Using question groups  Adjusting for students with accommodations Understanding the gradebook & weighting…