Using digital means to support the mission of preparing leaders for the church, the academy, and the public arena, the Office of Digital Learning partners with students, faculty, and staff to facilitate a thread of theological learning for diverse constituents in the PTS community. We offer relational and tangible service to promote intentional and effective teaching, to foster pragmatic and meaningful learning, and to develop theologically rich and strategic content.
Four main objectives
The learning experience for students
The practice of teaching for faculty
The ongoing work of campus departments
The broader community in digital learning
The Office of Digital Learning provides tools for research, writing, speaking, and collaboration through our on-campus Digital Learning Lab, instruction in specialized software, and personalized help for students; all at no cost for Princeton Seminary students, faculty, and staff.
We work to enhance the practice of teaching for faculty by offering class resources, facilitating digital learning workshops, curating a process for developing digital content, and providing training and support for effective work.