"Teach with Collections," an open house on Sept. 26

Professor examines texts from Special Collections.

Professor Marina Rustow examines texts from Special Collections for her Near Eastern Studies course, The World of Cairo Geniza. Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications


Princeton University's Library, Art Museum, and McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning cordially invite Princeton faculty and graduate students to the launch of Teach with Collections, an initiative that supports the use of the University’s rich collections to enhance undergraduate and graduate-level teaching. Learn about the collaboration, new collection-based resources and pedagogical guidance on teaching with art, archival, and special collections materials, and future events at this open house.

Teach with Collections: Open House

Thursday, Sept. 26, 4:30 p.m.
Firestone Library, Special Collections, C Floor
Reception in the Art Museum to follow.

Questions? Contact Gabriel Swift, Reference Librarian for Special Collections, at 609-258-8497 or gswift@princeton.edu.