The Stanford Classrooms Reimagined project team, which is developing a master plan for classrooms and informal learning spaces that will guide planning and design for the next decade, will present a preview of its findings to the university
September marked the one-year anniversary of the Stanford Thailand Research Consortium, a collaboration between Stanford and Thai industry. Three companies have signed on to date as members of the consortium: AIS, AP Thailand, and KBank. Each
Beginning with the 2019 academic year, VPTL will be known as the Office of the Vice Provost for Technology and Learning, further refining our focus on learning technologies, classroom and learning spaces, blended and online learning, and global
As part of an important national innovation strategy, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) launched a large initiative to develop innovation talent across the nation’s 79 degree-granting institutions. The Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of
This summer, incoming master’s students in three departments will be able to take online courses prior to arriving on campus in the fall. Taking any of these introductory courses will allow students advantages when they begin their residential
When Stanford’s Sapp Center for Science Teaching and Learning opened this academic year, the instructional spaces unveiled the Department of Chemistry’s thoughtful planning and promotion of active learning. VPTL assisted faculty by providing
Keller, vice provost for University Libraries and the University Press, will oversee the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, which supports campus-based learning and extended education.
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.
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 audience
Stanford University has put extensive efforts into providing free online courses over the past several years in an effort to promote lifelong learning and share knowledge with the general public worldwide.