Learning without borders
Digital education’s global reach can bring us together and affirm our shared humanity, writes Vice Provost Matthew Rascoff.
For high school and college students, online instruction can open a door to archival research
Stanford historian Tom Mullaney envisions a collaborative course that would connect students with special collections in their communities.
Virtual reality experience raises awareness of racism's effects
The 1,000 Cut Journey program helps users perceive the emotional and physical toll of racism.
- Book Series Part 2
Creative Hustle: Blaze Your Own Path and Make Work That Matters
A conversation with authors Olatunde Sobomehin and sam seidel-On Zoom
- Book Series Part 2
The New Enlightenment and the Fight to Free Knowledge
A conversation with author Peter B. Kaufman-On Zoom
Research and Explorations
How online teaching can promote empathy
The approaches and tools that emerged during the pandemic could help lay the groundwork for a new driver of academic success, writes Lisa J. Anderson of Stanford Digital Education in Inside Higher Ed.
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.
Stanford’s Digital Medic equips community health workers worldwide to promote vaccines
The series of 10 videos was developed in collaboration with groups supporting the professionalization of community health workers and features an approachable avatar.
Artificial intelligence: What happens now for education
A panel of Stanford experts offer guidance on how educators should approach new generative AI tools such as ChatGPT.
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.
An engine for opportunity
Digital education strategies can expand Stanford's offer of social mobility to more people, writes Vice Provost Matthew Rascoff.
Vital and Valuable: The Relevance of HBCUs to American Life and Education
Historically Black colleges and universities were the topic of a recent author conversation with economists James Koch and Omari Swinton.
Low-income high schoolers take Stanford courses for dual credit
A partnership with the National Education Equity Lab (NEEL) enables Stanford to offer a range of high-touch online courses to Title I high schools.
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."
High school students join "The Search for the Common Good"
A Stanford lecturer and undergraduates bring a college course to Uncommon Charter High School.
'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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