What faculty members can find at McGraw’s Digital Learning Lab

A familiar center, familiar staff, but a new name and mission. We are pleased to announce our recently re-branded learning lab. There are more changes coming in the new academic year. Soon, the DLL will be one of the largest active learning spaces on campus (we have plans — literally– you can see them if you stop by).

The McGraw Digital Learning Lab (DLL; formerly the New Media Center) in 130 Lewis Library is a place where students can get help with course assignments, arrange for peer-training in various software packages, and attend student-led courses on current technology topics.

The DLL also offers support for faculty members.

Among the DLL’s services for faculty members are:

  • Training for courses with technology-based assignments
  • Reserving the Lab for courses that need hands-on computer participation from students
  • Scheduling consultations about digital pedagogy, teaching technologies, and course-project creation
  • Recording audio content for lecture flipping
  • Demonstrating new teaching technologies
  • Digitizing course materials using our drop-off service

Daniel Claro, PhD, Manager of the Digital Learning LabContact Dan Claro, the DLL Manager, via email or at 8-5904 with questions. You are welcome to stop by and

visit during business hours, or to schedule an appointment with a McGraw staff member. We’d be very happy to see you in the DLL.

Posted by August 30, 2016