English literature instructors, researchers, or enthusiasts may want to check out Woolf Online, a digital archive dedicated to Virginia Woolf's 1927 novel, To the Lighthouse. Compiled and edited by American and European scholars, Woolf Online is home to both contextual primary documents related to the novel, as well as more contemporary criticism, analysis, and biographical resources. Visitors looking for these contemporary resources will find them in the Bibliography section. In the Contextual section, readers will find original transcripts of the novel; photographs of the Stephen family (Woolf's family, who served as an inspiration for the Ramsey family in the novel); Woolf's notebooks where she brainstormed and drafted the novel; early newspaper reviews; and essays that Woolf penned while working on To the Lighthouse. Some of this material, including Woolf's notebooks, belongs to the Berg Collection at the New York Public Library and is too fragile to be accessible to the public. Thus, by digitizing them, the Woolf Online team provides contemporary readers across the globe with significant insight into Woolf's writing process.