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Dec 9 2016
Awards of up to $30,000 will support new approaches to teaching and learning with high potential impact.
Dec 7 2016 | Stanford News
BY SIMON FIRTH   Thanks to new virtual reality recording technology, viewers from around the world will be able to experience legendary Stanford computer scientist Donald Knuth’s 22nd annual Christmas Lecture as if they were taking a seat in the auditorium.  
BY ANDREW MYERS The Interactive Biology Cloud Lab could one day empower millions of students to learn in new and more imaginative ways.  
The university is making course content and expert interviews about this historic election available to the general public.
Oct 14 2016 | Stanford News Service
The computer scientist is spending her sabbatical year offering an experimental “massively open in-person course” across the globe.
Sep 29 2016
In the free, online class, former Secretary of Defense and Emeritus Professor William J. Perry engages with some of the world’s foremost nuclear experts to assess current threats and suggest possible solutions.
Sep 15 2016 | Stanford News Service
BY SIMON FIRTH The Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD) has joined forces with the university’s Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) to foster advances in new technologies, instructional design and pedagogical innovation for all of Stanford’s schools.
Palliative Care Always breaks new ground in its approach to a medical specialty that has enormous potential to improve lives across the globe
Jul 26 2016 | GSE News Center
Empowering teachers. Closing educational gaps. Coping with stress. Getting good feedback. These familiar challenges will soon be getting some new attention.  BY MAY WONG The latest crop of master’s projects from students of the Stanford Graduate School of Education’s Learning, Design and...
Jul 14 2016 | Stanford News
Science and humanities students came together to replicate museum objects to explore what it might have been like to live with and use the clay vessels. (Video by Kurt Hickman) Stanford physics and history students explore how hands-on investigations can provide insights into the past in an art and...

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