Category: Professional Development
The McGraw Events calendar has a comprehensive listing of events concerning classroom technology and other topics of interest to students and faculty. Lynda.princeton.edu provides free access to many training titles of interest to computer users, managers, creative professionals, career advice and more. Academic Impressions offers training on a wide variety of teaching, administrative and technology […]
Grant applications for classroom and curriculum innovation often ask for details about plans to use educational technology. The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning can help: Provide budget line estimates Provide advice on current practice Advise on long-term storage strategies Advice on terminology for IT-related items in the application Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Office of Information Technology at Princeton has a site license for lynda.com, an award-winning, online software-training site. The lynda.com training library contains over 1,000 titles featuring a wide variety of software packages, such as Adobe and Microsoft Office products, video- and audio-editing software, web development applications, scripting, and 3D design packages. The URL for […]
Have you ever needed to work on a document in real time with another colleague, inside or outside Princeton? The Google Drive provisioned by Princeton is an easy way to share documents for others and collaborate in real time on presentations, text documents, spreadsheets and images. It helps to keep document versions from getting out […]
Princeton has recently purchased a site license for a service called Academic Impressions, which hosts conferences and live webinars of interest to professionals in higher education. A recent sample of upcoming and past webinars include: Ideas for a more inclusive classroom FERPA essentials Build critical thinking skills through project-based learning What every academic chair needs […]
The dust has cleared and been swept away! After a long summer of construction, Frist 330 has been completed as the McGraw Center’s newest space — a lab for teaching with technology. The new space features: Two interactive whiteboard projectors (write on the wall with digital ink) A video conferencing station with an 80″ display, […]