Stanford pandemic education report: Lessons can be drawn from COVID-19 emergency remote teaching
Innovations made by staff and faculty during the pandemic have the potential to support students’ well-being and academic progress.
Syndicated series Academic Innovation for the Public Good highlights new approach to events
Stanford Digital Education pioneers a new model for aggregating audiences online with eight conversations about books that explore universities’ role in increasing equity and access.
- Book Series Part 1
A conversation with author Natasha Warikoo-On Zoom
- Book Series Part 1
A conversation with authors James V. Koch and Omari H. Swinton-On Zoom
Research and Explorations
Report from Rotterdam: An update on XR
An annual conference in the Netherlands showcased the latest developments in virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. How will they improve learning?
Seeding change for equity and access in higher education
A new state-funded organization is incubating innovation at California public universities and colleges. Its director shares some thoughts in a Q&A about the power of experimentation, iteration, and small-scale change to support student success.
Farewell to blue books: Language Center shows benefits of digital assessments
The ability to collect, store and analyze digital data from final assessments offers more than convenience. It can enable educators to measure what students are learning and to make needed improvements.
Book conversation on equity in higher education challenges participants to translate values into practice
Tia Brown McNair and Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux spoke with Anita Davis of Trinity College about moving “from equity talk to equity walk.”
Teaching fellow describes her work with high schoolers in a new Stanford Digital Education writing course
Dasia Moore writes, "Fortunately for us, there was a great deal our students knew already — about writing, their chosen topics, and the world."
What I learned this summer about virtual education
Stanford Digital Education team members share how summer experiences got them thinking about ways to make digital learning experiences more accessible and meaningful.
High school students join "The Search for the Common Good"
A Stanford lecturer and undergraduates bring a college course to Uncommon Charter High School.
Why five recipes are better than one: A cookbook offers insights on more than making a tasty dinner
Alumni bring Stanford computer science to low-income high schools
'BioE 177: Inventing the Future' keeps evolving
Palliative care clerkship mixes best of both worlds: online, in-person
Waheeda Khalfan flips script with COVID-19 course
About Stanford Digital Education
By uniting Stanford’s human and technological capabilities in novel ways we seek a more just, equitable
and accessible system of education.
We incubate and support digital education initiatives across the University that serve the public good.
We help develop Stanford’s online and hybrid education strategies and strengthen its capacity to carry them out.
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