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The Digital Learning Lab (DLL) is part of Princeton University’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, which aims to translate research about effective teaching and successful learning into meaningful ideas for practice. The DLL is staffed by members of the Educational and Classroom Technologies (ECT) group within McGraw, which focuses on the purposeful application of new technologies to enhance teaching and learning, and works to foster active and collaborative pedagogies in the classroom.

Daniel ClaroDigital Learning Lab Manager, Educational and Classroom Technologies
Phone: (609) 258-5904
Email: dclaro@princeton.edu
Office: 133 Lewis Science Library

Dan Claro oversees the DLL space and its technology, courses, workshops, web/social media, and the DLL Specialist program. Dan also teaches audio and video workshops, and partners with faculty to integrate multimedia assignments into their courses. At Princeton since 2009, Dan has worked collaboratively to develop initiatives related to digital archives, exhibitions, multimedia production, websites, and teaching with technology. Dan is a material culture historian by training, with an M.A. in History of Textiles and Dress from the University of Southampton (2001), and a Ph.D. in the History of American Civilization from the University of Delaware, where he taught U.S. History courses and, in 2013, completed a dissertation on early nineteenth-century travel.

Ben Johnston Senior Educational Technologist, Educational and Classroom Technologies
Phone: (609) 258-9835
Email: benj@princeton.edu
Office: 133 Lewis Science Library

Ben Johnston works with faculty and students across the University to facilitate the integration of digital platforms and implementation of technology tools into coursework. Formerly Manager of the Humanities Resource Center and Humanities Computing Specialist in the Center for Digital Humanities, Ben has filled many roles at Princeton in support of technology and education during his 12 years at the University. Prior to Princeton, Ben worked at Bryn Mawr College and at Columbia University. He holds an undergraduate degree from Earlham College and a Master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University.

Janet TemosDirector, Educational and Classroom Technologies
Phone: 609-258-6905
Email: jtemos@princeton.edu
Office: 235 Lewis Science Library

Janet Temos is the director of ECT, whose mission is to assist Princeton faculty in using computer technology in their teaching and research. Her special interests in educational technology include student response systems, course blogs, annotation applications, digital publications, and tools for academic writing. She began working with the Educational Technologies Center (ETC) in 1993 and became a full-time member of the staff in 2000. Janet was trained as an architectural historian, and received degrees in art history from Williams College (MA 1992), and Princeton University (PhD 2001). Her specialization is in the art and architecture of the English baroque. She has taught courses at Lehigh University, The College of New Jersey, and Princeton University. Janet is coauthor of articles on the history of architecture and art of the Indian subcontinent, and the author of several book reviews as well as articles on the use of technology in teaching.

Sorat Tungkasiri Associate Director, Educational and Classroom Technologies
Phone: (609) 258-8778
Email: stungkas@princeton.edu
Office: 131 Lewis Science Library

Sorat Tungkasiri works closely with undergraduate and graduate students to provide purposeful, effective use of technology in courses and applying academic technologies in independent research. He has over 15 years of experience in instructional design, web development, video editing, and 3D modeling. Sorat joined Princeton University in Spring of 2004. He holds an undergraduate degree from Rhode Island School of Design and a Master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University.