SprachPraxis serves as an online workspace for commenting, collaboration, and annotation in German 105, Intermediate German. Students post comments on images of contemporary German society and relevant German-language films
The course blog for Religion 333, Interpreting the Qur’an: Text, Context, and Materiality, hosted course materials, a reading schedule, student recitations, discussions, and annotations on images.
One of the most classic courses at Princeton University, CEE262, Structures in the Urban Environment (known as “Bridges”) was founded by Professor David Billington (1927-2018) in 1974. The course argues that the best designed structures (bridges, buildings, and vaults) are a work of art – structural art – the art of the structural engineer. The course integrates humanities with engineering through studies of cultures, people, and art as reflected in works of structural engineering.
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EPICS was founded at Purdue in 2005 and introduced at Princeton University in Fall 2006 by co-founder Professor Ed Coyle *82. EPICS is a unique program in which teams of undergraduates are designing, building, and deploying real systems to solve engineering-based problems for local community service and education organizations. At Princeton, the Keller Center partners with Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) to provide students with this hands-on multi-disciplinary learning experience.
Spanish for a Medical Mission to Ecuador is an interdisciplinary initiative to bridge health education, humanitarian engagement, and the Spanish language. The mission of this course is to provide twelve Princeton undergraduate students an unparalleled exposure to global health policies and health care through hands-on work in health clinics in Ecuador during Spring Break. A blog developed in collaboration with the McGraw center for Teaching and Learning provided a shared space to document the experience.
The Studio 455 website features cource assignments and other iformation, serves as a resource of documentary films used in the course, supports the addition of time-coded, student annotations to those films, and hosts student writings and multimedia project work.
In this hands-on seminar and laboratory experience about the engineering design of motorcycles, students restore a vintage Triumph motorcycle and compare it to previous restorations of the same make and model of motorcycle from other years (1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, and 1964).
This website includes an animated video offering a new perspective on the Ōnin War. This war, which nominally lasted from 1467 through 1477, led to the destruction of Kyoto, Japan’s capital, and according to standard narratives, ushered in a century of conflict, Japan’s Warring States (Sengoku) era.