The ARTstor provides more than one million images with tools for teaching and reasearch. Its collections comprise contributions from outstanding museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photoarchives, and artists and artists’ estates from all over the world. Read the full list here.
The collections encompass a wide variety of subject areas, including art, architecture, music, religion, anthropology, literature, world history, American Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Medieval Studies, Renaissance Studies, and more. Find sample subject guides here.
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A comprehensive database of American artists and international artists’. There are over 200,000 artists in the database.
Biographical and bibliographical information on more than 145,000 of today’s most influential authors.
A great place to start developing your base knowledge on a subject with access to 551 plus highly-regarded titles from over 70 publishers, covering every major subject.
An online bibliography composer and MLA informational resource.
Click on the links below for more MLA formatting help
EBSCOhost includes the following databases:
– Academic Search Elite
A core resource of scholarly information containing over 2,000 full-text journals.
– AP Images
Photographs, audio sound bytes, graphics and text covering more than 160 years of history.
– Art Museum Image Gallery (AMIG)
Thousands of high-quality art images and related multimedia.
– Art Source
Art Source covers a broad range of subjects from fine, decorative and commercial art to various areas of architecture and architectural design.
– Biography Reference Center
A comprehensive collection of full-text biographies.
– EBSCO eBooks
Full text electronic books. These books can also be accessed through the library’s online public access catalog (OPAC).
A collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles includes content on global warming, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, etc.
– Points of View Reference Center
Points of View is a full-text database of essays covering multiple sides of current issues.
Classic out-of-print books openly accessible.
A collection of nearly 9,000 books that may be “signed-out” for viewing electronically. Many are avaialbe to download offline to your laptop or eReader device, such as Kindle or Nook. Access is available by going directly to the EBSCO eBook collection or through the library’s OPAC.
To download offline, you must first register on campus and then sign-in to your account.
How do I download eBooks to my offline device?
A collection of over 45,000 eBooks to read on your computer or freely download to your eReader, mobile device or other portable device.
Getty Research Portal
The Getty Research Portal™ is a free online search platform providing access to art history texts in the public domain covering art, architecture, material culture, and related fields.
Millions of books available to preview or read.
Required or recommended readings selected by the faculty for student access and placed on reserve. Copyright of all articles is the property of the posted copyright holder and content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or pasted to a list-serve without the copyright holder’s express written permission. However, users may print, download or email articles for individual educational use.
Continuously updated reference site with more than 7,500 articles and more than 23,000 biographies. Britannica Online includes World Data Analyst, Gateway to the Classics, Meriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus, Meriam Webster’s Dictionary of Quotations, selected full-text articles from EBSCO and ProQuest journals, BBC & New York Times daily headlines, The Web’s Best, World Atlas and Workspace, a research organizer.
Questions and answers about the most frequently asked questions. Information will be added on an ongoing basis.
Sign up for free, read-online access to 3 items each 14 days. It includes access to more than five million journal articles. Follow instructions on the link provided.
Full-text documents from thousands of news, business, legal, medical and reference publications.
Thousands of online video-based instruction covering software, creative and business skills.
National Geographic Virtual Library featuring: Magazine Archive 1988 – Present
Sites provided by PA government entities to help with job resources
Creative commons Art History and Archaeology resource for teachers and students.
Access to the planet’s largest online library of animation, VFX and motion design. Stream, search and build your own playlists from over 3,500 exceptional commercials, music videos, title and broadcast designs, game cinematics, short films and more – complete with exclusive interviews, behind the scenes features, production notes, credits, tool-kits and links for every project.