Deliver the best online teaching imaginable

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About Campus

THE Campus is a place where you can learn, share and connect.

As universities embrace technology-enhanced learning, accelerated by Covid-19, THE has partnered with Arizona State University, Cintana and Microsoft to build an online teaching community. 


On THE Campus you can learn from your peers, showcase your expertise and build your networks. 


Explore our practical how-to resources about all aspects of digital education. Engage with our content through regular podcasts and live discussions. Sign up for weekly THE Campus newsletters which highlight our most popular resources. And don’t miss our fortnightly spotlight series exploring specific topical issues of online and remote learning. 


Most importantly, get involved. THE Campus is here to celebrate the innovative teaching taking place at universities across the world. Faculty and staff can share their knowledge and connect with each other. Universities can partner with us to contribute content and champion their own teaching talent. Together we can give students the best online education imaginable.



Founding Partners


With growing income inequality and accelerated automation impacting the global workforce – the urgency to scale quality postsecondary programs, at affordable cost, has never been greater.

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Doug Becker

Founder and chairman Cintana

We need new modalities, new ways of teaching, new ways of creating learning environments. Covid has now brought all this to the forefront in real time.

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Michael Crow


Innovation and collaboration are more important now than ever before. Microsoft Education is committed to helping higher education institutions adapt and transition to a new world of learning.

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Anthony Salcito

Vice-president, education

Higher education is changing. Our goal is to transform teaching and learning together, so that you can transform your students’ lives.

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John Gill