YRG/YRG 47. Collections Documenting Teaching and Learning in Yale Academic Programs
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of six titles from the University Outline series with accompanying material, including a newsclipping and a legal opinion concerning the copyright issues surrounding the series. The outlines are based on Yale courses in American literature, geology, French, and psychology. The materials were compiled by William W. Crawford (Yale 1938). Included are notices of loans awarded to Crawford by the Yale Bureau of Appointments.
The materials consist of grade books maintained by Sydney Mitchell, professor in the Yale Department of History.
The material consists of audiorecordings of lectures given by Fred Seizer as part of the Giamatti Lecture Series in 1989 and watercolor drawings from Santiago Calatrava's Tanner Lectures on Human Values, 2007.
The papers consist of the lecture notes, examinations, syllabi and handouts documenting Ivan Phillips's undergraduate courses taken between 1952-1956, including courses in history, economics, and science. Also included are several grade school notebooks.
The materials consist of diplomae examinatorium of Yale College. The diplomae were read at commencement and include a formal greeting from the president of the college and a list of candidates for degrees. The diplomae are written in Latin and signed by the president.
The records consist of production notebooks of third-year Yale School of Drama students with concentrations in stage management. The production notebooks are one of three components making up the students' theses.