The Digital Learning Lab (DLL), part of Princeton University’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, is a technology-rich teaching space in the Lewis Science Library building. The DLL provides a flexible space for interdisciplinary dialogues around digital pedagogy and for teaching and learning with technology. The DLL actively supports courses with the planning and completion of innovative course assignments, and/or co-curricular digital learning components.
Why Use Digital Learning Lab?
- The DLL space is configured with 15 computers optimized for multimedia projects. Each machine features a curated slate of software tools for multimedia projects such as audio and video editing, graphic design, data visualization, 3-D modeling, and website development. The DLL also includes an audio recording booth for voiceover narration and music production.
- Staff from the McGraw Center and the Digital Learning Lab can provide assistance in planning a digital assignment for your course as well as ongoing support to ensure the successful completion of those assignments, including on-site or in-class training on a range of digital tools.
How to use the Digital Learning Lab to Your Course
Contact the Digital Learning Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the McGraw DLL website.
- McGraw Center Digital Learning Lab, Princeton University