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  • Inclusive Teaching at Princeton
    The Inclusive Teaching at Princeton series invites undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral associates, faculty, and staff to come together to discuss diversity in teaching and learning at Princeton today. 
  • Classrooms for Active Learning
    Find out more about on-campus experiments with new teaching technologies and techniques for encouraging student engagement in any classroom.
  • The Big Class Project
    Participate in a wide range of programs for instructors and students that enhance interaction and explore strategies for learning in large classes.
  • Online Teaching and Learning
    Visit the home of Princeton's initiative in online education which integrates online teaching with on-campus courses and shares free non-credit courses with the world.

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Principedia, the community-sourced wiki about learning at Princeton, is hosting its Spring Wikithon. You’ll help reveal Princeton’s invisible curriculum, earn gifts, and get a chance to win prizes for best content.
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A group of journalism students in Elaine Sciolino’s JRN 456: Local Reporting: Paris as a Case Study, recently spent spring break in Paris, reporting on the sights, sounds, and experiences of the city. Sciolino, former Paris bureau chief for The New... Continue Reading →

Jupyter Notebook is a browser-based Python application enabling the creation of documents that can contain both rich text and executable computer code.  By mixing text and code in the same display, these notebooks are useful for presenting not only data... Continue Reading →

Scalar is a free, open-source authoring and publishing platform designed from the ground up for scholarly use. Developed by the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture at the University of Southern California and inspired by the work of Vectors Journal, also... Continue Reading →