Humanities Resource Center
The Humanities Resource Center provides resources, facilities, and support for the purposeful use of technology in teaching, learning, and research. The HRC supports independent language study with a large selection of instructional materials and the appropriate viewing technology. The HRC also assists Princeton University faculty in incorporating technology and video in their teaching and research. The HRC manages the majority of the University's video collection and video reserves .
The Humanities Resource Center is located in the lower level of East Pyne.
2013 Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom
The publication Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom is now available.
The book is a compilation of case studies written by practitioners in different educational settings, each of whom is exploring the concept of openness in language teaching and learning.
The digital version is available as a free download at:
Video Reserves for Spring 2014 Courses
Requests for video materials to be held on course reserve should be placed through Firestone Library's Online Reserve Request System. For more information about this system and about reserving materials, please visit: Online Reserve Request System (ORRS)
Blackboard Wordpress Blogs
The Wordpress Blackboard Blog tool is a Wordpress blog that is created inside Blackboard and is only accessible when you are logged into Blackboard. There are multiple plug-ins available within the blog to help enhance the instructor’s and students’ experiences with using the Wordpress Blog for a course. To learn more or to get help visit: http://www.princeton.edu/bb/
OpenScholar is a website building and content management tool available to faculty and graduate students for hosting professional profile sites. OpenScholar sites can contain biographies, CVs, course lists, publications, blog entries, and event listings. Fill out the OpenScholar site request form to request a site. Further information is available by contacting email@example.com .
Digital Humanities Inititive
The Princeton Digital Humanities Initiative was established to support coursework innovations, infrastructural improvements, coordination efforts, and financial investments to support a growing Digital Humanities Initiative at Princeton University. The Digital Humanities Working Group is a collaborative and inter-disciplinary cross-campus community involving faculty and staff at all levels.
Learn more at http://digitalhumanities.princeton.edu
Renew items online
Library items can now be renewed online through the new SeachIt@PUL system. Read more
Foreign Language TV Online
Foreign language TigerTV channels are available streaming while on campus on the HRC website