Read the assignment instructions carefully. The course textbooks, the reading materials and the lecture files are great places to find information to complete the project. Wikipedia is also a good place to get an overview, but please note that Wikipedia might not be considered as a reliable source for academic papers.
|Project Parts||Types of information||Suggested Sources|
|Intro to cultural comparison; Environment
Background info on the country
_Databases & websites for country information
|History & Politics||
Information on the history of wine in the country.
Weather, growing practices
Books, websites, encyclopedia articles
|Culture||Info on the consumers
Festivals, religious events, fairs, or events dealing with wine in the region
Internet Search Engines
Newspaper or magazine articles on traditional or trendy local food in the country or region in regard to wine
_Hospitality & Tourism Complete
_Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure Collection
_Culinary Arts Collection
_ Access World News
Statistics on wine export
Trade associations or coffee research institutes of the country
Similarities & differences in the two cultures
_World Atlas of Wine (book)
Free online tutorials for software, design and business topics, including the tutorials on how to create presentation slides (e.g. Powerpoint), and customized maps.
You must be an active FSU student or employee to use lynda.com
Once you log on, explore tutorials/topics such as:
Food Images in Public Domain
Food Images in Commercial Domain
At Usage Rights section, choose "Free to Use or Reuse" option from the drop-down menu. Add keywords such as food, international food, for the search.