“It’s in the syllabus,” we tell our students—so often there should be a t-shirt. Oh wait, there is. But perhaps we could make that information easier to spot? ChiaHua Lin, a PhD student in philosophy at the University of South Carolina, tries to do so by creating infographic supplements to her course syllabi. They highlight some of the important information about the course.
Here’s one she did for her applied ethics course, “Genetic Engineering and Future Society”:
I’d be interested in learning about other examples or models of unconventional syllabi that are or could be used in philosophy courses. If you have or know of one online, link to it in the comments. If you have one that’s not on a website somewhere, email it to me and I will add it to this post.