The McGraw Center can help you integrate blogs, digital collections, maps and multimedia such as podcasts and videos into your course. These tools can give students the opportunity to work directly with course materials in creative ways to increase learning and comprehension.

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The McGraw Commons is an online publishing platform 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. rolex clone


WordPress: which can be used to build either traditional websites, or course blogs. It is possible to use both types of installations for posting video, text, maps, or audio files. Commonly, these teaching sites are used for student-created content that is part of a course assignment.

Omeka: a web publishing tool that is made for storing and commenting on online collections. Omeka might be used to display a virtual gallery, curated exhibition, archival collection, or other materials that can be best represented by a combination of text and images. Students can curate course collections in Omeka, as part of a collaborative assignment.rolex replicas for sale amazon


Collaborations with Princeton courses

The following are a sampling of course websites developed in collaboration with the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. If you are a Princeton faculty member and would like to be granted access to view restricted projects, please contact us.