Resource of the Week: ARTstor

Resource: ARTstor Find out about it from: from Fine Arts Librarian Gary Ginther or by visiting the Art & Art History course guide. ARTstor currently offers over 1.5 million hi-resolution images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with an accessible suite of software tools for teaching and research. To begin your search, try using the Library of Congress […]

Resource of the Week: Oxford Bibliographies Online

Resource: Oxford Bibliographies Online for World Religions Find out more about it: from Subject Librarian Tim Smith or by visiting one of the following bibliographies: Biblical Studies, Buddhism, Hinduism or Islamic Studies. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start your research. If your subject is religion the Oxford Bibliographies Online is a good place to […]

Resource of the Week: Knovel

Resource: Knovel Find out more about it: from Engineering Librarian Megan Tomeo While books sometimes make the best resources, they aren’t always readily available when you are researching in the lab or at home. Fortunately, Knovel allows you to look up several science and engineering books from publishers including Wiley, AASHTO, ASCE, ASME, SAE and several others. […]