Share Your Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Share Your Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic

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The DiMenna-Nyselius Library is collecting submissions from the Fairfield University community to document written reflections about life during the pandemic.

With the goal of providing a thorough documentation of the impact of Covid-19, the DiMenna-Nyselius Library staff is collecting written reflections of personal experiences from members of the Fairfield University community. The project, titled “Documenting the Fairfield University Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic,” consists of an archive of personal stories, photos, videos, and other media.

With this archive, the Library hopes to capture stories that shed light on how University members have been impacted by Covid-19, including how they have adjusted their day-to-day activities in response to home lockdown and social distancing, as well as the role technology has played to stay connected. Submissions will become part of the permanent University record.

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Documenting the Fairfield University Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Last modified: 06-18-20 10:56 PM

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