As the academic year draws to a close, the Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT invites you to share your best course materials in Archnet’s Pedagogy Collection. This collection contains open access materials for teaching about the built environment of Muslim societies. Materials may be geared toward any level from kindergarten to graduate school, and they may approach the topic from the perspective of any discipline.
We are interested in syllabi, lesson plans, reading lists, presentations, recorded lectures, course materials, scholarly articles, etc. All material received will be evaluated by experts before inclusion. Please note, all material will be made publicly available on open access terms that require attribution, but which allow for free use and modification of the material on terms equivalent to a Creative Commons CC BY license.
To submit materials for consideration, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “For the pedagogy collection.” Please include a brief statement indicating the level for which the material is intended and the context in which it was used. Please, also, include a biographical statement of less than 150 words and a photograph that is at least 600 pixels on all sides with a resolution of 72 ppi.
The deadline for submissions is rolling, with new materials being integrated at in July and January.