ONLINE PLATFORMS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
The McGraw Center can help you use our online publishing platforms to deliver course content, design engaging student assignments, flip lectures, create course blogs, and to make your course environment more open and collaborative.
The McGraw Commons is a collection of online publishing platforms for teaching and learning. It includes several installations of web-based teaching tools, hosted on Princeton servers.
Sites created through the McGraw’s WordPress service can be cumulative, with work remaining from past course offerings (with student permission,) or used as a one-off exercise for a single course. The sites have varying degrees of visibility, depending upon course needs.
Some examples of our publishing platforms include:
- Course blogs
- MOOCs (massively open online courses) for a global audience
- SPOCs (small private online courses) for the Princeton community
- “Flipped” Lectures
- Enhanced student assignments, i.e. collaborative writing environments, text annotation and analysis, mapping and geolocation, multimedia collection development
STUDFENT-CREATED COURSE CONTENT
Mapping NYC Modernism: Literature and Art History
People, Nature, and the Environment
WAR, MEMORY AND IDENTITY: A SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO 2015
ONLINE AND BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Surrealism: Sex, Dreams, and Revolution