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Office of the Vice Provost for Digital Education

Advancing Innovation for Equity and Opportunity

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Our Vision

By uniting Stanford’s human and technological capabilities in novel ways we seek a more just, equitable
and accessible system of education.

Our Mission

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.

Learn More About Us

Expanding access to Stanford

Stanford lecturer and undergraduates bring 'The Search for the Common Good' to Uncommon Charter High School.

Contour drawings of Sarah Stein Greenberg by attendees at her May 25 talk.

Beyond Zoom: Event hosts look for new ways to enhance connection

Flyer for July 27 author conversation with university of Nevada Reno professor Ethan Ris about his book Other People’s Colleges: The Origins of American Higher Education Reform.
Book Talk Series

Other people's colleges: Origins of higher education reform

Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal talking at the 2022 ASU+GSV Summit
ASU+GSV

Watch and learn: 3 takeaways for higher ed from edtech summit

Illustration of a physician reaching out from a computer screen to offer palliative  care to a patient.
Changing Course

Palliative care clerkship mixes best of both worlds: online, in-person

Elina Thadhan,pictured on a laptop, teaches a CS 105 section over Zoom.

Alumni bring Stanford computer science to low-income high schools

Contact Us

Office of the Vice Provost for Digital Education
408 Panama Mall, First Floor
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305

email: digitaleducation@stanford.edu

 

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