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This slideshow offers an overview of early modern commonplacing, research practices, and sample prompts for students to create multi-media class commonplace books using open-access digital resources. Students’ digital commonplace books offer starting points for generating project contribution ideas from encyclopedia
The Folger Shakespeare Library hosts a number of digital resources. In this post you’ll find links and descriptions to all of Folger Library’s digital resources as well as links to the Kit Marlowe Project’s tutorial videos for navigating these websites.