Princeton University’s distinctive collections offer unique opportunities to support the University’s mission to advance learning through scholarship, research, and teaching. The Princeton University Art Museum, the Library, and the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning welcome and encourage Princeton faculty to make use of these distinctive collections to enhance undergraduate and graduate-level teaching. This site provides collection-based resources and pedagogical guidance on teaching with art, archival, and special collections materials.

 

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Teach with Collections: Open House

Thursday, September 26, 2019 4:30PM

The Princeton University Art Museum, Library, and McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning cordially invite faculty and graduate students to the launch of Teach with Collections, an initiative that supports the use of Princeton’s rich collections to enhance undergraduate and graduate-level teaching. Learn about our collaboration, new collection-based resources and pedagogical guidance on teaching with art, archival, and special collections materials, and our future events at this open house.

Join us on Thursday, September 26 at 4:30 pm, beginning in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections [C-floor, Firestone Library] with a reception in the Princeton University Art Museum to follow.