People who teach photography in colleges, universities, art institutes, continuing-education programs, and other such environments need all kinds of things: lesson plans, course-paks, instruction manuals, equipment (including ways of making your own), materials (including inexpensive substitutes for standard products), relevant readings for themselves and their students, bibliographies, ideas for exhibition methods … the list goes on.
Given the costs of maintaining viable digital-imaging environments, many post-secondary photography education programs operate on what are effectively shoestring budgets. Those who direct them and teach in them invent solutions and devise ingenious methods for meeting their students’ needs. To see how some of your colleagues have solved a wide assortment of problems, go to the posts here atTeaching Photography. These comprise texts of different kinds that we’ve solicited and published at this site.
These pages of Resources provide links to a variety of organizations, corporations, foundations, publishers, publications, and individuals accessible online independently of Teaching Photography. They may include providers of funding and sponsorship, outlets for cheap cameras, vendors providing deep discounts on materials to teachers, publishers who donate books to libraries, or other forms of material and informational support. If you know of such supporters of post-secondary photography, tell us about them. We’ll list them here.
If you have taught post-secondary photography, you probably have something to contribute here.