Resources and Tools:
Open Source Publishing, Print and Web
Archives and archival organizations of interest
External workshops, assignments, syllabi (online)
- for / with / in from “HTML Output,” a Spring 2014 course taught by John Caserta at The Rhode Island School of Design
- imagineallthepeople.info Shannon Ebner Intermediate and Advanced Topics in Photography
- Lined and Unlined Archive: tagged “Assignments”, tagged “Syllabi” by Rob Giampietro
- decontextualize.com: Courses on programming, text analysis, computational creativity and culture taught by Allison Parrish at NYU
- T-y-p-o-g-r-a-p-h-y, g-e-s-t-a-l-t, What's in a form?, I-n-t-e-r-f-a-c-e, and C-i-r-c-u-l-a-t-i-o-n from David Reinfurt's courses at Princeton University
- Very Interactive, A site collecting classes and workshops taught by Laurel Schwulst at Yale University and CCA, as well as projects, a library, and a collection of other useful resources and links.
- Experimental Publishing Studio taught by Paul Soulellis at Rhode Island School of Design Spring 2015
- Ideas from the History of Graphic Design on coursera, taught by Lorraine Wild and Louise Sandhaus
- Various mini-courses in Graphic Design, Game Design and Poetry from CalArts ported to coursera, available by paid subscription, or to audit for free.
- 36 Typefaces, websites made by students in a course taught by Sam de Groot and Jakub Straka at Gerrit Rietveld Academie
- Teaching Documents, Courses taught Parsons and University of Illinois at Chicago by Jack Henrie Fisher
- David Foster Wallace various Syllabi and Notes
Other Pedagogical Resources and Initiatives
Open Source Type Foundries and Sources
Reading lists and bibliographies
Student Loan resources
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