We are excited to launch a short, self-paced online course called Into the Archive specifically developed at Princeton by Jessica Mack (Ph.D. Princeton ’19) for Princeton students and researchers.
Starting in the spring of 2020, Princeton will begin a transition from Blackboard, the University’s longstanding learning management system (LMS), to Canvas, a new platform we believe will significantly enhance teaching and learning on campus.
Students who need to learn statistics and R programming can now take a short, online course called “Introduction to Statistics with R.” The course has been developed specifically for Princeton students by Tracy Reuter and Felicia Zhang, both fourth-year...
"Pascal’s Blaising Barrel,” a video created by McGraw Center's senior video producer Lance Herrington and Katerina Visnjic in the Department of Physics, is a finalist for a Vizzies! Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Popular Science, the Vizzies are awarded to the most beautiful visualization from the worlds of science...
The McGraw Center is proud to announce the 2018 Innovate with Online Teaching grant winners.
After reviewing a number of strong proposals, we have awarded three grants to graduate students to create innovative teaching projects using online learning tools.
During the past year, the Center’s Online Teaching and Learning Initiative began a series of pilot projects that implement key recommendations in the University’s Strategic Review of Online Education.