Student Project, Map Diary, Andrew Jungeclaus, 2009 April 21
Scope and Contents
Final papers for student projects consist of a variety of subjects on the community life and culture within Williamsburg and surrounding environs. Some of these topics have related oral history and digital materials in the William & Mary digital archive. This series contains student project map diaries from 2008-2012. Students track their locations and movements for a 24 hour period to construct a map diary of their day. There is no prescribed format for the map diary. The bulk of the series is arranged by project title.
Please note that select student papers are restricted from viewing due to privacy. Please consult with a staff member for assistance.
- 2009 April 21
Language of Materials
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