Teaching Materials

Virginia Woolf, Online Teaching and Digital Resources:

Prompted by some recent questions about teaching Woolf online, we at MAPP have put together a quick list of resources and a few ideas about how to use them in the classroom.

Please let us know if we’ve missed anything: helen@uoregon.edu

We’ve found students have some amazing skills (that they don’t even... Read more

In summer 2017, Claire Battershill designed and taught a course at Simon Fraser University called "Making and Re-Making Modernism" (see syllabus attached). The course utilized the Modernist Journals Project, the Modernist Archives Publishing Project, and the Modernist Versions Project as both archival resources and conceptual frameworks for engaging critically and creatively with modernist literary production.... Read more

Bronwen Masemann, Faculty Associate Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, collaborated through a teaching partnership with Claire Battershill (then) at the University of Reading to lead students in creating metadata according to the TEI-Lite schema for several Hogarth Press pamphlets. Read more about the project on... Read more

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