A new, free online self-paced guide called Blended and Online Learning Design (BOLD) demonstrates how digital technology can enhance student engagement and shows instructors how to develop their own digital learning experiences at Stanford.
Stanford Peer Program Helps Teaching Assistants Excel
A Stanford University program that helps teaching assistants mentor their peers recently celebrated its tenth anniversary and is ready to further expand its impact.
Stock image for illustration purposes only
By Simon Firth
The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) now provides a campus-wide license to Poll Everywhere. All Stanford University faculty, staff and students have access to the web-based, smart device and SMS text-friendly...
Stanford historian Clayborne Carson worked with the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching
and Learning to create a new free online course about the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
and the history of civil rights movement. (Video by Kurt Hickman)
New grant recipients learn about last year’s successful projects
A series of presentations at VPTL’s 2018 Grant Showcase demonstrated the breadth and depth of innovation underway in teaching and learning at Stanford while helping inform and inspire the 2018-19 cohort of VPTL Innovation Grant...
Co-instructed by Stanford professors Blakey Vermeule and Susan Stephens, a new massive open online course examines the history of sports at American universities and fosters thoughtful debates over the issue of payment for student athletes and other controversial topics.
by Alex Shashkevich
As Stanford helped spur a transformation in online learning over the past five years, research undertaken by university affiliated scholars has been illuminating the fast-changing world of digital instruction and playing a significant role in the development of an entirely new field of educational...