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The Art and Science of Motorcycle design

2020-09-25T10:50:46-04:00

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).

Inclusive Pedagogy Symposium

2020-09-25T10:51:19-04:00

The Inclusive Pedagogy Symposium sought to answer two important questions: How do educators ensure they are providing an inclusive learning environment for all students?  How can the learner’s understanding of inclusive learning and teaching enhance the learning experience of all students?  To answer these questions, participants were immersed in literature of inclusive pedagogy, actively engaged with methods described, and reflected on their own experiences as learners and peer educators.

http://commons.princeton.edu/inclusivepedagogy/

History Beyond the Written Word: Unconventional Historical Sources and The Historian’s Craft

2020-09-25T10:44:56-04:00

In History Beyond the Written Word: Unconventional Historical Sources and The Historian’s Craft. History 278 (Spring 2015), students conducted oral history interviews and collected other materials, researching history using  unconventional sources.

Playing Soviet: The Visual Languages of Early Soviet Children’s Books, 1917-1953

2020-09-25T10:48:49-04:00

The Playing Soviet website presents an interactive database of children’s book illustrations drawn from little-known and rarely-seen Soviet children’s books from the collection of the Cotsen Collection at Princeton’s Firestone Library. The website supports image annotation, allowing students to contribute to the site, and data exports, enabling the development of data visualizations based on information in the archive.

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