The Princeton University Art Museum, the Library, and the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning welcome the opportunity to collaborate with Princeton faculty on teaching with collections. We can help you develop a course that centers on or draws from the collections, design course-specific teaching materials, or create an online platforms for a digital exhibition (McGraw). On this page you can learn more about our services and find examples of past course-level collaborations (you can also schedule a class visit or a conversation with one of us).
Digital Services at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Faculty can collaborate with the McGraw Center to develop course blogs and other online platforms that allow students to work with the collections by curating digital exhibitions, annotating, tagging, and transcribing digital materials. The Center’s McGraw Commons course website platform provides tools for collaborative coursework using multimedia, including the ability to search and import Art Museum digital resources directly within a course website. Examples of some previous collaborations are below.
Funding is not required to collaborate with us, but funding sources can allow faculty to deepen or expand their development of teaching projects. The list below enumerates several funding sources available to Princeton faculty.
Mellon Faculty Stipends
The 250th Anniversary Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education
Princeton Center for Digital Humanities