Would you like to try something different using technology in the classroom or as an assignment for your students? We can help to advise, train, and prepare you to add a new technology component to your teaching. For more information, you can request a consultation or appointment. Contact email@example.com.
Clickers – The McGraw Center has several sets of classroom audience response systems, or ‘clickers’, to loan for use in Princeton courses.
Blogs – Incorporating a blog into your course can add a creative component to your class, improve communication, and engage students in the development of a lasting scholarly resource. The McGraw Center can assist you in getting a blog created for your course and offer advice in effective strategies for using blogs for teaching.
Blackboard – Learn how to use the Blackboard Course Management System for more than just posting a syllabus. Contact the ECT to learn how to create tests, quizzes, set up discussion boards, Wimba voice boards, post videos, and more.
Teaching and Learning Spaces – Offer hands-on computer training in the McGraw Digital Learning Lab or the McGraw Center Teaching Lab. Arrangements can also be made to make specialized software available for coursework.
Emerging Technologies – The ECT group is always looking out for emerging technologies that may improve or impact teaching and learning at Princeton University. Contact us for more information or to suggest a topic.
Schedule a Consultation – Individual staff members at the McGraw Center’s Educational and Classroom Technologies group are available to discuss any of these topics. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or request an appointment.
Staff specializations include:
- Blackboard consultations
- Classroom technologies
- Course blog support
- Lecture capture
- Multimedia assignments
- Photo and digital image editing
- Video editing
Have a different topic in mind? Request a consultation.