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Images of a Pandemic

A project to document the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Lone Star College community.

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Images of a Pandemic Collection

About The Images of a Pandemic Collection

On March 8, 2020, the students and faculty of Lone Star College went on Spring Break. It would be almost a year before they would return to campus. During that time, the Lone Star College community, together with all of humanity, endured one of the worst pandemics in modern history. Despite the struggles in keeping safe, life continued. Faculty and Students continued with classes virtually and later in person with limited sizes and safety precautions, such as social distancing and face masks.

As there now appears to be an end in sight for this pandemic, the archives at Lone Star-North Harris Library would like to take a look back at this trying year. To help us document this moment, we are asking the Faculty, Staff, and Students of Lone Star College to send images of the pandemic school environment. Where did you do most of your studying? Where did you teach classes from? What struggles did you have in attending college in the time of a pandemic?

Photos submitted and accepted will be display on the library's Flickr account and added to the Images of a Pandemic Collection in the Archives.

We will be accepting photos for this collection until January 1, 2022. You may submit more than one image, but you must complete a new submission form for each photo.

Accessing this Collection

There are no physical objects associated with this collection. Digital objects are accessible on Flickr.

View Collection Online at Flickr

 

Using and Citing this Collection

Images and other objects from the Images of a Pandemic are copyright Lone Star College. Objects may be used under fair use, but commercial publication requires completion of a request for publication form and proper citation of the object in the publication. Approval of a request for publication does not clear an object of other legal obstacles to publication such as permission of subjects in the image or other copyright restrictions.

TLDR: If you are a student, it's ok to use these images in your college report, but if you are publishing these in a commercial medium then you must complete a request for publication.

Citing Images in MLA

To cite an image from this collection in MLA, use the following format:

Lone Star College. Images of a Pandemic Collection Object Z. Images of a Pandemic Collection, Lone Star College, Houston. Flickr, [Link to Image].

In this template, replace Z with the Object numbers of the image. Replace [Link to Image] with the link to the image in Flickr.

For example, to cite this image at https://flic.kr/p/2m1F49s you would use:

Lone Star College. Images of a Pandemic Collection Object A1. Images of a Pandemic Collection, Lone Star College, Houston. Flickr, https://flic.kr/p/2m1F49s.

Citing Images in APA

To cite an image from this collection in APA, use the following format:

Lone Star College. (X). Images of a Pandemic Collection Object Z [Photograph]. Lone Star College. [Link to Image]

X would be replaced by the date the photo was taken if it is listed in the description. If there is no date listed, then replace X with "n.d."  Z would be replaced with the Object number of the image. [Link to Image] would be replaced with the link to the image.

For example, the image https://flic.kr/p/2m1F49s would be cited:

Lone Star College. (n.d.). Images of a Pandemic Object A1 [Photograph]. Lone Star College. https://flic.kr/p/2m1F49s

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