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This guide is designed to assist you by pointing to the best choices within the library for doing your research. The types of materials that you may want to for this assignment include:
Need help finding sources? Contact research librarian, Lisa Thornell, or see the box on the right for more ways to get help from the Fairfield University librarians ----->Bell, Vanessa. Virginia Woolf. ca. 1912. Oil on panel. The Virginia & Leonard Woolf Collection (National Trust). Monk’s House, Rodmell. http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/768417.
Group thematic portfolio or website (groups choose format—digital, poster, etc) integrating touchstone images and passages from course material and artifacts from contemporary textual and visual material/digital culture, with accompanying detailed individual essays taking a position on the theme, the material, and metacognitive analysis of their own learning. Students will draw vivid, compelling connections between the material studied in class and contemporary culture, and will apply their analytical, critical thinking, persuasive writing, and public speaking skills.