Learning resources have been created to support teaching and learning. They also demonstrate how the Pre-Raphaelite collection can be used by teachers and lecturers to create learning resources.

Further Learning Ideas

We encourage tutors to use the Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource in teaching. Examples of the way it might be used include:

  • Asking students to search around a particular key word and then discussing the result.
  • Searching associated information, for example searching for all illustrations related to Tennyson in order to locate the images and background information and compare the images.
  • Asking students to consider particular images as preparation for a class, for example looking at comparable images such as J. E. Millais’ Waiting to Arthur Hughes’ The Long Engagement.
  • Asking students to look up information on particular work using the bibliographic references. The findings could be compared or inform group presentations or discussions.