Spaces

Digital Learning Lab Re-design

The ECT is …

East Pyne 012 Language Classroom

In collaboration with the Princeton Center for Language Study, the ECT is gathering input about classroom preferences for language teaching in anticipation of re-envisioning the East Pyne 012 classroom during 2017

Online Environments

Komonjo

DerDieDas

DerDieDas is an online introductory German textbook focusing on the 1200 most frequently-used words in the German language. The textbook is in use in the German 101 and 102 courses at Princeton.

Princeton Buffer

Princeton Buffer is a film and television review site created by the participants of English 359. The site planned and developed with the assistance of staff from Educational and Classroom Technologies, but from year to year is maintained by the students and instructor in the course. Once a year, the students are required to create a video (not really a podcast) with still images and a voiceover. In Fall 2015, NMC staff led them through a hands-on session in Adobe Premiere.

Aprendo

Aprendo is an online textbook developed during 2016 for use in Spanish 101, 102, 103, and 107. Students have access to multimedia course materials and complete exercises online.

Playing Soviet

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

The Levantine Colloquial Arabic

The Levantine Colloquial Arabic site facilitates the study of Arabic through three popular Arabic-language films. The site includes clips from the films, associated vocabulary lists, and transcriptions.

East Asian Humanities

Created for East Asian Humanities 525 / History 520, the Komonjo website serves as a platform for the translation of ancient Japanese documents. Images of the documents, along with student-created translations, transcriptions, and annotations are available.

ABC Books

The ABC Books project makes available for research and analysis an interactive digital archive of rare children’s alphabet books. The overarching goal of the project is for students not only to interact with the archive but also actively to build and enhance it. With the assistance of staff from the Center for Digital Humanities and the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, this archive was developed for use in ENG 385: Children’s Literature. During the semester students were given opportunities to work with the archive and also to learn the basics of text encoding.

Digital, Spatial, Visual and Oral Histories HIS278

Digital Tools

Principedia

Wordpress plugins including….

Instructional Materials

Venice

Crete?

Falda’s Rome

Roaring Twenties