The ABC Books project is an interactive digital archive of rare children’s alphabet books from the University’s Cotsen Children’s Library made available for students of ENG 385: Children’s Literature. The platform serves as the basis of and inspiration for numerous assignments in the course and provides students with opportunities to work with the archive, learn […]

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The Anansesξm website offers online courseware for Princeton students enrolled in Twi 101, 102, 105, and 107. Thw courses feature videos, proverbs, and Adinkra, meaningful symbols that represent concepts and aphorisms of West African culture. Project website

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Aprendo is an online textbook developed during 2016 for use in Spanish 101, 102, 103, and 107. The textbook includes multimedia course materials and interactive exercises. Project website

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ConTextos de Princeton is a platform which uses a selection of mapped course readings as pedagogic frame for the independent student to navigate texts holistically in order to understand how genre, function and grammar interact.   The project aims to allow instructors to create reading materials that offer layers of thematic annotations. Project website

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The First Step Chinese website hosts thirty 1-3 minute videos for use as materials to supplement the FIRST STEP – An Elementary Reader for Modern Chinese (Chih-p’ing Chou, Jing Wang and Jun Lei 2014). Visit project

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Giacomo Leopardi’s Zibaldone di pensieri is an online digital research platform for Giacomo Leopardi’s Zibaldone of Thoughts. The platform serves as a computational model for the semantic organization of this voluminous collection as well as allowing users to explore the relationality of the networked nature of this work. Project website

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A website providing a detailed look at the Heiji Monogatari Emaki, or Heiji Scrolls. The scrolls date from the thirteenth century and represent a masterpiece of “Yamato” style painting. Project website

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The Komonjo (documents) website is a learning environment in support of EAS525-HIS520, Ancient and Medieval Japanese History. The site allows students in the course to explore a collection of medieval Japanese court documents and hosts student transcriptions and translations of those documents.  Videos on the site feature Professor Tom Conlan speaking about the collection, and […]

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

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LinguaViva is a series of faculty-authored textbooks covering a wide range of Portuguese courses, from 101, Introduction to Portuguese I to the 208 Summer course, Journeys in Portuguese: Studies in Language and Culture. The platform saves student exercise responses, allowing the it to act as a workbook throughout the course.

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The Mapping Globalization website is intended for everyone interested in globalization. The main goal of the website is to make empirical work on globalization as widely accessible as possible.The website offers an expanding set of resources for students, instructors, and researchers, and provides a forum for empirical research on globalization. Project website

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This interactive map encapsulates work done by the students of Art 440, Venice in its Golden Age. The aim of this interdisciplinary seminar was to explore the art and architecture of Renaissance Venice in the context of its rich cultural heritage and unique political and social system. Project website

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